It’s no secret that we live in an increasingly digital world. Texting, emailing and surfing the web aren’t options as much as they are essential components of our everyday life.
While these activities provide a level of connectivity that makes life convenient, they also come with some rather painful side effects. More frequently, people are developing aches, pains and injuries related specifically to their use of technology.
Cell phones, computers and tablets aren’t going anywhere anytime soon, so it’s more important than ever before to find a balance between the technology we depend on and the care we take with our necks, back, hands and entire body. Understanding what can happen if we’re not careful is important in staying ahead of the pain.