88% of People in Working Age Are "Office Syndrome"
What Kind of Symptoms?
- Neck-shoulder pain
- Finger-hand numbness
What kind of office symptoms occur and where does it come from?
Musculoskeletal pain is caused by repetitive use of the same muscle for a long period of time which, if left unattended, can escalate into chronic pain. Therefore, seeing a doctor early for diagnosis and a treatment plan can help reduce the risk of office syndrome
The causes and factors that cause the likelihood of such syndromes are:
- Posture (Poster), such as the posture of sitting at work, the wrong placement of hands and elbows on the desk
- Repetitive work injuries (Cumulative Trauma Disorders) or excessive length of work Cause the body to fatigue, such as using the wrist repeatedly to use the mouse. May cause inflammation of the ligaments around the wrist. or nerve fascia around the wrist
- Inappropriate working environment such as desk style computer screen office room lighting
- Musculoskeletal pain syndrome (Myofascial Pain Syndrome), especially pain in the neck, shoulder, and shoulder blades, which can sometimes result in symptoms of the autonomic nervous system, such as flushing, sweating, blurred vision, ringing in the ears, dizziness, numbness, etc.
- Inflammation of tendons in the elbow, wrist, and fingers, such as De Quervain's Disease, Trigger Finger
- Compression on nerve endings cause numbness including muscle weakness if severe (Nerve Entrapment), such as Carpel Tunnel Syndrome