With the development of the pandemic, the number of people performing remote work has increased, which has resulted in an increased number of patients complaining of spinal pain – especially cervical.
The interview with patients shows that only some people have a well-adjusted ergonomic workplace. A negligible number of people are also aware of the risks of sedentary work.If we feel pain, it means that inflammatory cells have already appeared that give us a signal that something is not as it should be.
How to fix it?
I recommend a visit to a physiotherapist who, after an interview and examination of the patient, will apply analgesic and relaxing therapies and present exercises to help avoid more significant and frequent pains.
During office work, we can also exercise to support our tense muscles and joints.