Office Syndrome Physiotherapy Treatment for Back Pain in Bangkok

Office Syndrome Treatment in Bangkok

Office syndrome is a debilitating condition that negatively impacts the quality of life for people across the globe and is becoming more common every year. Usually caused as a result of a sedentary occupation, symptoms include but are not limited to:

  • Neck, shoulder & back pain
  • Pain in wrists and fingers
  • Headaches
  • Numbness in hands/fingers/arms
  • Dry eyes
  • Sleep Disorder
  • Stiff hips and back

Although the symptoms may present as mild in the initial stages of office syndrome, professional intervention in the form of office syndrome physiotherapy will be needed as the pain and discomfort become unbearable over time. If you are experiencing early office syndrome symptoms, it is highly recommended that you seek office syndrome therapy from a professional physio practice as soon as possible. The sooner you seek professional help, the sooner your quality of life will return to normal levels.

Office Syndrome Treatment Options

There are a number of measures you can take yourself to relieve the symptoms of office syndrome including:

  • Change your sitting position regularly
  • Stretching your arms, hands, legs, and wrists at regular intervals
  • Give your eyes a break from the screen every ten minutes or so
  • Adjust the way you rest your arms/wrists on the desk to a straight position

Although the above measures go some way in aiding office syndrome prevention, if you are in pain you will need to see an experienced office syndrome physio. Over the years, the team at Bangkok Physiotherapy Center has seen a significant rise in people seeking treatment for the condition and over time has developed effective office syndrome treatment plans that have provided long-lasting relief for people across Bangkok and throughout Thailand.

Office syndrome is not generally a condition that disappears overnight, so if you have been experiencing discomfort that you think could be attributed to office syndrome, please contact us today and make an appointment.

Treating Office Syndrome effectively

Rather than just addressing office syndrome pain, we also identify the key causes and work to prevent a recurrence. Your highly experienced BPC therapist will treat your symptoms using a combination of manual physical therapy, ultra sound combined with electrical stimulation, targetting the affected areas. In some cases, there may be the use of Shockwave Therapy as well. Whether one or more of these treatment options is suitable for you as a patient will be decided by your physio after your initial consultation.

Our treatment plans also include individual exercise programs as well as other measures you can take to get back to full fitness and live a life free from the symptoms of office syndrome. The recovery process can take time, so a certain amount of patience is required. Our team of specialists will be able to guide you during your recovery period and answer any questions you may have.

Don’t suffer in silence, get the help you need from BPC by making an appointment today. You can make an appointment by calling us during regular business hours (0900-2000) or contacting us by email, Line, or Messenger.

Office Syndrome FAQs

Office syndrome refer to a collection of health issues caused by prolonged and poor posture or ergonomics while working in an office setting. It commonly involves musculoskeletal problems, such as neck pain, back pain, and repetitive strain injuries.
Office syndrome of the wrist, also known as carpal tunnel syndrome, is a condition characterized by pressure on the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist. It is often caused by repetitive hand movements and improper wrist positioning during office work.
Office syndrome primarily affects the musculoskeletal system, leading to issues like neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, wrist pain (carpal tunnel syndrome), and other repetitive strain injuries. It can also impact mental well-being due to prolonged sedentary work and stress.
The main causes of office syndrome include poor ergonomics, prolonged sitting in improper postures, repetitive movements, lack of breaks, inadequate workspace setup and stress. These factors can contribute to various physical and psychological issues.
The best treatment for office syndrome includes a combination of ergonomic adjustments in the workplace, regular breaks, stretching exercises, and strengthening exercises. Physiotherapy and massage therapy can also help alleviate symptoms and promote recovery.
Recovery from office syndrome involves addressing the root causes by improving ergonomics, taking regular breaks, and incorporating stretching and strengthening exercises. Seeking treatment from a physiotherapist or healthcare professional can aid in the recovery process.
Office syndrome can be prevented by maintaining proper ergonomics at the workplace, using an adjustable chair and desk, taking short breaks for stretching and movement, performing wrist and neck exercises, and managing stress levels.
Yes, massage therapy can be safe and beneficial for myofascial pain syndrome if performed by a trained therapist who understands the condition. It can help release muscle tension and promote relaxation. However, it's essential to communicate your condition to the therapist and discuss any specific concerns.
Yes, office syndrome is treatable. With appropriate ergonomic adjustments, exercises, and physiotherapy, the symptoms can be managed and improved. Addressing the underlying causes is essential for successful treatment.
The term "office syndrome" is not a medical diagnosis but rather a descriptive term for a collection of symptoms related to office work. As such, there are no specific diagnostic criteria for office syndrome, but it commonly involves musculoskeletal complaints resulting from prolonged office work.

BPC’s 4 step process was established by our team of expert physiotherapists to best guide you through a successful recovery while empowering patients to take charge of their health through our personalized exercise program.

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