Office syndrome in Bangkok
Naturally recover from irritating office syndrome symptoms and return to working comfortably again
Do you feel constant aches and pains in your neck, back, knees and more, when you sit for long hours in front of a desk? You are not alone because our sedentary habits at work result in various painful conditions that affect different parts of the body. These issues are grouped together under the term “Office Syndrome” but so many people choose to ignore them instead of dealing with the problem. Instead of passing it off as “just stress” or a “long day at the office”, you should treat your problem before it becomes chronic.
Instead of doing this, people invest in ergonomic office furniture, take breaks to stretch or even try exercising at the office but while these are good habits that might prevent further issues, they do not address the issue that is already bothering you. Maybe you think your office syndrome pain was just caused by that one stressful period where you had to work a lot – but really it was caused by years and years of sitting and poor posture that have now caused a series of new issues.
If you don’t know what you’re doing — office syndrome can be very confusing and because of this, many people just end up accepting it as ‘part of life’ — as if it’s normal, and ‘just the way it is’.
If you’re suffering from office syndrome, here are 6 more reasons why it could be lasting longer than it should:
If any of these have happened to you or if you know you need help but don’t know where to start or which treatment is best for you, we invite you to book a call with one of our specialists to find out what can be done to help you. The fact that you’ve tried any or all of these things already is a good thing because when you know what does not work, you are closer to finding what does.
Treat office syndrome effectively
Eliminating Office Syndrome from your life means we need to find out exactly what is affecting you and dealing with it directly and we do this by following these 3 steps:
Team Based Approach. Our ultimate goal is to get you back to doing the things you love without painkillers, injections, and surgeries. We do that by involving our entire team. Every case is regularly reviewed by the Head of each Department to give you the highest chance of success. It is thus not uncommon for our team to recommend a multi-disciplinary approach between Physical Therapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Alternative Thai Medicine. However, after the consultation, we will recommend the treatment method that best suits your needs, whether that’s a combination of therapies or a single method.