Monday morning neck pain at the office

If you have been suffering with Monday morning neck pain, and you're an office worker, the probability is that your head, neck and upper body posture are poor when you spend the best part of your day staring at a computer screen. Sitting at a desk all day and pouring over paper documents can have the same bad effect on your posture.

Most commonly office workers crane their neck forward and allow their shoulders to slump forward, which may be convenient and more comfortable to see your screen and reach your keyboard, but it will over time change the shap of your body giving you an older look with stooping neck and sloping shoulders. This puts unnecessary strain on the posterior neck and shoulder muscles and will eventually lead to muscle spasm, muscle weakness and poor movement of the head and neck due to an unbalanced musculature.

This article talks about the problems of office workers, and some simple exercises that can help neck and shoulder musculature.

This article concentrates on shoulder exercises and does miss some important exercises that are important for better neck musculature which can be seen in the following videos from some other bodywork practitioners. if you follow these exercises (with care on the exercise bending the head backwards) then you should find that tight muscles will respond and start to relax and become more pain free.

 

For further information on this and other related problems call me on 024-7722-0599 and ask for Tom Harper (me) and I will be glad to answer any of your questions about these matters.

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Tom Harper has been actively involved in promoting pain relief treatment for over twenty years. He is the Registered Osteopath at the Nuneaton Osteopathic Clinic and has interests in sports injuries and headache and migraine treatment and is a keen cyclist and fell-walker.

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Tom Harper has been actively involved in promoting pain relief treatment for over twenty years. He is the Registered Osteopath at the Nuneaton Osteopathic Clinic and has interests in sports injuries and headache and migraine treatment and is a keen cyclist and fell-walker.