Can a cup of joe at work really help prevent neck and shoulder pain?
If you’re not much of a coffee drinker, you may want to change your habits. According to a new study from Norway, drinking coffee at work may help relieve neck and shoulder pain. Some people in the study drank coffee before working at a computer for 90 minutes, and some chose not to. Those who drank coffee—even people who previously had chronic neck and shoulder pain—reported less pain than those who didn’t. What do you think: Is it just a coincidence, or can coffee really help fight off neck and shoulder pain?
If you are experiencing neck and shoulder pain at work, it may end up affecting your ability to work and live your life normally. You may end up with a serious work injury where you need surgery and/or rehab to recover. If this happens, you should consider filing a New Jersey Workers’ Compensation claim. If you are injured because of and during the course of your job, you may be entitled to benefits. These benefits could help cover your medical bills, pay for your lost time at work, and compensate you for your injuries.
After filing your claim, you may be in for a battle with the insurance companies. Many times, they argue that your neck pain isn’t work-related, but is just part of the aging process. Don’t let them get away with this; you deserve benefits and you need someone on your side that can help you get them. You should get in touch with a Morris County Workers' Comp lawyer today. Manfred Ricciardelli has 20 years of experience protecting the rights of injured workers, and he will fight to win your case. Please call our office at 973-285-1100 to set up a free consultation.
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