Pain Relief Center Choctaw OK

Here we have got everything you need to know about pain relief including activities you can do to prevent or eliminate pain associated with working out or playing sports.

HealthSource of Midwest City
(405) 736-6850
1212 South Air Depot Ste 31
Midwest City, OK

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Dennis Roberts, MD
(405) 644-6240
4221 S Western Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
Integris Family Care Southwest
Family Practice

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Harvey C Jenkins Jr., MD
(405) 686-1700
8603 S Western Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
Aria Orthopedics

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Dr. Brandon January
(405) 749-8000
15007 Bristol Park Blvd
Edmond, OK
January Chiropractic & Acupuncture
Chiropractic, Acupuncture
Insurance Plans Accepted: We accept almost all forms of insurance, including but not limited to Aetna, Blue Cross, Cigna, Health Choice, United Healthcare, Principle, Assurant Health, Coventry, Mutual Assurance Administrators, Pacificare, Medicare.
Medicare Accepted: Yes
Workmens Comp Accepted: Yes
Accepts Uninsured Patients: Yes
Emergency Care: Yes

Doctor Information
Residency Training: Dr. Richard Yennie - Yennie Chiropractic & Acupuncture
Medical School: Cleveland Chiropractic College - Kansas City, 2010
Additional Information
Awards: Magna Cumme Laude
Languages Spoken: English

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Advanced Spinal Care
(405) 748-0970
4301 NW 63rd Suite 102
Oklahoma City , OK

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Kenmore Eye Care Center
(405) 799-3030
513 N Telephone Rd.
Moore, OK

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Ankle & Foot Clinics
(405) 633-3922
7370 S Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK

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Acre View Pet Hospital Inc
(405) 348-0808
1900 S Bryant Ave
Edmond, OK

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Pet Medical Center of Edmond
(405) 359-1559
1001 W. 15th St.
Edmond, OK

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Complete Chiropractic Care
(405) 715-2900
26 E 9th
Edmond, OK

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Are you a desk potato?

If you sit at a desk for a good part of the day and stare at a computer screen, then I would classify you as a desk potato. There is nothing wrong with being a desk potato, as long as you get in some sort of regular exercise each week. Why? Because it will help you to overcome the common afflictions suffered by a large majority of desk potatoes – back, neck and shoulder pain. If you are a desk potato, then I can be almost certain you have been affected by one, or maybe all of the above!

This pain or discomfort is due to one or more of the following factors: sitting in the same position for hours at a time, poor posture, poor workstation set-up or stress. Now, do I have some suggestions for you! These are all simple adjustments that you can make to your everyday life, without disrupting your regular routine:

  • Get up and move around. If you’ve been sitting for over an hour, get up and walk to the water cooler, cafeteria or bathroom or do lap around the office, whatever. Giving yourself a little three-minute break every hour will make a huge difference.
  • Stretch every 60 minutes. This takes no time at all and can be done right at your desk. Sit with your back straight and tilt your head to your right shoulder, keeping your left shoulder level, until you feel a light stretch. Hold for 20 seconds and repeat on the other side. Next, sit with your back straight and tilt your chin towards your chest. Hold for 20 seconds. Repeat all of the above, so each stretch is done two times. You can incorporate this into my first suggestion; after walking around for a few minutes, sit down and do the stretches.
  • Focus on your posture. Desk work can lead to a hunched posture with your chin jutting out. Try to keep your shoulders and your chin back, your back straight and your butt right up against the back of the chair with your feet planted on the floor. Keep everything at 90 degrees. Start from your angles at your ankles, your knees, the angle between your thigh and your torso, and your elbows. It will be hard at first to maintain this all day, but whenever you think about your posture, make the proper adjustments.
  • Analyze your workstation. You spend your day there, thus the set-up is key! Make sure that your chair height is suited to your desk height. If the chair is too high you’ll end up hunched over, and if the chair is too low your arms will have to reach too high for the keyboard (remember, all the angles of your body should be at 90 degrees). The position of your computer screen is also important. You do not want it positioned over to the side because you will have to have your head turned that way all day – have your screen positioned in front of you. The height of the screen is equally significant; it should be placed so that the top of the screen is just above eye level.
  • Stress can also cause pain or discomfort in the back, neck or shoulders. Monitoring your stress level is very important. I...

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