Today, many jobs involve working at a desk or repetitive motion with the hands. Issues such as poor posture, prolonged computer usage, a demanding work environment, and repetitive motion can cause musculoskeletal problems.
Treating Joint Pain and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Minor changes to make your workspace more ergonomic can substantially decrease your joint pain or carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms, such as changes in screen and keyboard locations, adjusted chair height, a different mouse location, and new typing techniques.
If you’re suffering from joint pain or carpal tunnel syndrome, make an appointment with our physical therapist to learn how to make your workstation more ergonomic in order to avoid painful symptoms.