Health Clinic Sheffield, Occupational Health Clinic

There is a long history of traditional manual jobs being associated with occupational health risks, however it is increasingly recognised that this now extends to office jobs that are more common in the 21st century. Working all day on a PC may have have worse consequences (especially when paired with a poor posture) than working on a machine in a factory or on a production line. The back, neck, spine, shoulders and legs can all suffer as a result of poor posture often associated with seated jobs. The risks related to labouring jobs, driving and maintenance work are different in nature to those who have more sedentary occupations and often require different treatment strategies.

Sheffield Physiotherapy has a long history of treating occupational health symptoms, from initial diagnosis through to treatment and advice. We have expert practitioners to help understand your work and help you to maintain physical health within the workplace.

To book a consultation to discuss any work related pain or symptoms you have, please call today and book to visit our Sheffield Health Clinic.

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The Author

Lewis Payne

Lewis graduated from The University of Nottingham in 2013 with a First Class Honours in Physiotherapy, worked as Sheffield F.C.’s first team Physiotherapist, and now runs a leading-edge private clinic in Sheffield. With over ten years of experience, he specialises in manual therapy, advanced technological treatments, and exercise-based approaches, focusing on spinal and joint conditions, sports injuries, and specifically complex spinal issues like disc pathology and scoliosis. Lewis leads in IDD Therapy, performing over 6000 treatments, offers MRI referrals and reviews, and employs a holistic treatment philosophy viewing the body as a Tensegrity structure. He excels in postural analysis, soft tissue release techniques, and prescribes biomechanical corrective exercises to enhance natural movement.