Our shoulder joints have the greatest range of motion of any of the musculoskeletal joints in our bodies. The shoulder joint is really two joints, the glenohumeral joint between the arm bone (hume ...View Article
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Jill was referred to my office by her family physician for chronic headaches and neck stiffness that started about 6 years ago.
After reviewing Jill’s history I found out that her headaches began shortly after she took a new job. Her job required her to be on a computer 6 hours a day.
Unfortunately the ergonomics associated with long term computer use can put a great deal of stress and tension on the back of the neck and shoulders.
An x-ray was taken in my office which showed a reversal of the normal cervical curve in the lateral view. This is a common finding in jobs that put a person in a forward head posture. Treatment, along with ergonomic corrective changes, were given to Jill. By lowering Jill’s seat and elevating her computer along with using a lumbar support pillow biomechanical corrective changes were improved.
Chiropractic adjustments along with a special type of lordotic cervical traction was started three times a week for 4 weeks. After that Jill noticed major improvement in her neck pain and a reduction in headaches.
Her pain on a scale of 1 - 10 went from an 8 to a 3 in just a matter of 4 weeks. Jill was referred back to her primary physician for medical follow up and was recommended that she return to our office in one month to monitor her improvement.
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