Teachers have a demanding job. Teachers are either hunched at a desk or standing in front of a class. A teacher’s job is also incredibly stressful, especially in today’s classroom with COVID-related stresses and responsibilities. When a teacher experiences an aching back, neck, head, etc., it could easily be attributed to the stress they experience at work; but, it could also be caused by the musculoskeletal stress of standing in front of a class, or sitting at a desk (Or a combination of everything).
Studies have shown that teachers commonly suffer pain and discomfort, and musculoskeletal and physical stress in the shoulders, wrists, back, feet, knees, and legs. So, if you or someone whom you care about is a teacher, and suffering discomfort or physical tension due to the stresses and anxieties of the school classroom, then know that your chiropractor at Larson Chiropractic can help.
Studies have proven that teachers, and other professionals who have jobs that provoke stress, both mental and physical, benefit greatly from chiropractic care. Your chiropractor at Larson Chiropractic can effectively treat patients using gentle and precise adjustments.
These adjustments help to alleviate joint dysfunction and joint restriction; your chiropractor will also be able to teach proper stretching techniques and exercises that you can perform at home to bolster your joint health and physical strength, decreasing the reoccurrence of pain and the potential for future injury.
Patients who have undergone chiropractic care experience fewer and less severe headaches, have better posture, experience improved quality sleep, and have a stronger immune system. Quality physical health also translates into better cognitive health, which has obvious tremendous benefits to someone who works a job that requires so much mental focus.
If you have any questions about how chiropractic care can help you or someone you care about, or are ready to schedule your next treatment with your chiropractor at Larson Chiropractic, then call today.