Where OSHA The United States Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration is WRONG about Good Working Positions

The United States Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Good Working Positions (40) “Hands, wrists, and forearms are straight, in-line and roughly parallel to the floor. Head is level, or bent slightly forward, forward facing, and balanced. Generally, it is in-line with the torso. Shoulders are relaxed and upper arms hang normally […]

What is the #1 Cause of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome?

What do some of the top teaching hospitals in the world, that specialize in diagnosis and treatment of TOS, say is the cause of thoracic outlet syndrome? Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital—The slim space between the collarbone and first rib is called the thoracic outlet. Blood vessels, nerves, and muscles that extend from the back […]

The Human Spring Approach to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is now available in paperback and eBook in these 13 countries

Dr Stoxen’s #1 best seller The Human Spring Approach to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. The book is available on Amazon.com in these 13 counties US UK DE FR ES IT NL JP BR CA MX AU IN on Kindle. The book is available on Amazon.com in these 7 counties US UK DE FR ES IT JP in paperback. On October 23rd 2018, Masters Academy Publishing inc released Dr Stoxens book, Neck Pain, Back Pain, Shoulder Pain… Could it Be Thoracic Outlet […]

Who’s doing your back, neck or thoracic outlet surgery at a university teaching hospital? Attending Doctor or Residents?

A patient recently contacted me for treatment after the symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome returned following the surgery he had a year ago. Before he flew out to Chicago I asked him to send me a copy of his surgeons report. That was because the incision for his surgery was inferior to the clavicle and […]

Computer Work Is Linked to Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain, Shoulder Pain and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Occupational Injuries—Statistics Muscular injury can occur when soft tissues are exposed to single or recurrent episodes of biomechanical overloading (11), which is characteristic of chronic musculoskeletal pain and thoracic outlet syndrome at work. Direct US workers’ compensation costs total $51.1 billion, averaging more than one billion dollars per week (12). Soreness and pain accounted for […]

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