Office syndrome.

  • Office syndrome.

  • Office syndrome.

    - It's a group of people who work in the office due to the nature of sitting in front of a computer or doing one of the tasks repeatedly and continuously, leading to diseases and disorders in the body, including bone and muscle, digestion and absorption, heart and blood vessels, hormonal systems, eyes and vision.In addition to imaging therapy, it is mainly a symptom of the bone and muscle system.

    Musculoskeletal symptoms and the muscles that are caused by the work that are common and can be supervised by a physical therapist.

    1) Chronic muscle inflammation.

    2) The muscles of the lower arm are inflamed.

    3) Thumbnail tendon sheath is inflamed.

    4) Finger lock.

    5) Muscle tendonitis.

    6) Pain after an unusual appearance.

    7) After holding onto the saddle,

    Cause of office syndrome.

    1) Sitting in front of a computer or doing one of the tasks with repeated gestures for more than six hours a day.

    2) Unfloating work posture, such as sitting on the back, bending or raising your neck too much.

    3) The working environment or equipment is not suitable.

    4) Physical conditions that can affect illness, such as work stress, fasting, lack of rest, which can cause stress without relaxation, office syndrome, and solutions.

    Office Syndrome.

    1) Symptoms occur when working for a certain period of time, then immediately improve (correction: intermittent rest / muscle stretching for relaxation / massage relaxation / exercise)

    2) Symptoms occur, rest, but still remain. (Correction: Adjustment of Work Behavior / Get Correct Treatment)

    3) The pain is severe even when working lightly. The rest of the symptoms are not relieved (correction: leave of absence / adjustment of work and receive proper treatment)

    Office syndrome treatment guidelines.

    1) Drug treatment.

    2) Medical rehabilitation and physical therapy to stretch muscles and correct posture.

    3) The adjustment of work stations, work areas, work environment and work characteristics to suit each individual.

    4) Exercise to improve overall physical performance.

    5) Alternative medical treatments such as acupuncture, Thai massage.

    The importance of physical therapy to the treatment of office syndrome.

    – Physical therapy plays an important role in treating musculoskeletal syndromes from the initial stage to the onset of symptoms that interfere with daily life or cause mobility impairments to restore patients to normal daily life.

    Targets for physical therapy in office syndrome patients.

    1) Reduce the pain caused by inflammation of the muscles.

    2) Reduce the movement of the joints by using various supporting devices, as well as if they are still needed for continuous operation.

    3) Give correct instructions to reduce, avoid using the inflamed area.

    4) Educate on correcting other stimulating factors such as posture correction, physical structure correction, personalized instrument and work environment, muscle endurance exercise and cardiovascular fitness exercise.

    How to Avoid Office Syndrome.

    1) Adjust the chair and desk to fit your typing needs without getting tired or lifting your arms too much. The top arm rests flat on a computer keyboard or desk, not too high or too low, with eyes at least a foot away from the computer screen.

    2) Mouse arms should be able to plane with the armrest of the chair to help keep the arm close to the table or computer keyboard.

    3) When you get up from your chair or walk to the bathroom every 1-2 hours with your eyes rested on your body, looking out the window or looking at a green tree can also help you relax your eyes.

    4) If you can open the windows of your office or the inside of your office, it will make the air inside the office more clear and more comfortable.

    5) Get enough rest, sleep for 6 to 8 hours, and sleep as much as possible on time.

    6) Eat all 5 food groups.

    7) Exercise regularly.


    – Any treatment for office syndrome is simply the best way to prevent it. It is necessary to properly adjust your behavior, your posture, your physical health, and your mental health, which can help reduce injuries that impair your quality of life and performance.It's not permanent.

    Inquiries can be made at.

    Rehabilitation Center (Building 3), 4th floor, Tel. 02-530-2556 Ext. 3420,3421