Our chiropractic care providers are certified in Active Release & Graston Techniques.
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Chiropractic Treatment for Work Related Injuries in Kennewick and Pasco

If you have been injured on the job, you’re not alone. Work related injuries are alarmingly common and can significantly impact a person’s productivity and their quality of life.

Workplace injuries can include injuries from accidents at work, like slipping or falling, and strain from repetitive actions like lifting or typing. Regardless of your injury, our chiropractic teams in Kennewick and Pasco can help you find relief from your pain so you can get back to work and on with life.

Some of the most common work related injuries we see include:

  • Tendonitis
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Neck Sprains, Strains and Joint Dysfunctions
  • Headaches caused by Joint Dysfunctions, Muscle Tension and Poor Posture
  • Numbness and Tingling in the Limbs
  • Tears in the Rotator Cuff
  • Back Sprains, Strains, and Disc Problems

These types of injuries are not exclusive to manual labor and are quite common in office and warehouse situations as well.

When you come in to see us for a work-related injury, we will take into account your medical history, the nature of your job and your specific symptoms. We’ll use that information to develop a customized treatment plan with our team of specialists to get rid of your pain.

At Northwest Spinal Rehab, we are committed to not only helping you get out of pain, but also to teaching you strategies to prevent future injuries.

This may include exercises, stretches or even ergonomic changes to make in your workplace.

If you find yourself in pain while working, it’s important to deal with the problem as soon as possible, so it doesn’t get worse in the future. Chiropractic care is a safe and effective treatment for work related injuries. Give our office a call to set up an appointment or schedule a free consultation with our doctors here.

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