According to the Canadian Chiropractic Association, “Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions are prevalent among habitual drivers. Whether you work in your vehicle or commute to work through rush-hour traffic, you may have experienced some level of back or neck pain. In fact, studies have shown a high incidence of work-related musculoskeletal injuries among people who drive for a living, and, according to the USDA, your chances of developing an MSK condition increase if you spend more than 20 hours per week behind the wheel”.
“Taking every opportunity to choose alternate ways of transportation, such as cycling, walking or even jogging, could help enhance your MSK health”. However, if you must drive for prolonged periods, check out the link below for some tips to help safeguard your MSK health behind the wheel.
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