When you spend 8 to 12 hours a day behind your computer you tend to develop postures that are not very healthy for your spine. This happens a lot when you write because you tend to bend forward to check if your text matches your finger typing. I’ve worked in an office all my life and now I’m suffering from serious back pains that really hurt and I never thought working behind a computer could cause real injuries. So next thing you know is I had to consult a chiropracticor to see if he could do something about it. So I sought friends for advice and they pointed me to Dr. Gebhardt (http://www.gebhardtchiropractic.com/), the best chiropractor in town.
So I arranged an appointment and a couple of days later went to see him and exposed my problem. Dr. Gebhardt told me my back pains were posture related and were very common to people working with computers. In my case the cause of my pains was a misalignment in the vertebrae between the scapulas which caused tensions in my back. He showed me the right posture I needed to adopt, the therapy and a series of exercises I had to do to adjust my spine in that area. I did everything he told me to do; now I feel much better, I know what to do and what to avoid and thanks to God my pains are gone.