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Backpack-Injuries

Identify and Manage Back and Joint Strains and Stressors.

Overview

Backpack and school injuries involve musculoskeletal discomfort and strain in children, primarily due to carrying heavy school bags. These injuries can lead to back, shoulder, and neck pain, affecting posture and overall well-being.

Dr Sharan has over 35 years of experience

Recognizing
Backpack Injuries

Symptoms of backpack-related injuries include:

  • Persistent pain in the back, neck, or shoulders
  • Postural changes, such as hunching or leaning to one side
  • Strain or discomfort during or after carrying a backpack

Early detection and consultation with Dr. Deepak can prevent the progression of these injuries.

Risk Factors

Key factors contributing to backpack injuries include:

  • Overloaded or improperly packed backpacks.
  • Incorrect backpack size or lack of supportive features.
  • Prolonged carrying times and lack of lockers or storage spaces at school.
  • Poor physical conditioning or pre-existing health conditions in children.

Dr. Deepak stresses the importance of understanding these risks to prevent injuries.

Expert Care for Backpack and School Injuries

Dr. Sharan may perform a physical examination, assess your posture, and review backpack carrying habits as well as provide specialized care for children experiencing musculoskeletal issues due to heavy backpacks.

Your Journey Away From Pain

Dr. Deepak Sharan's innovative approach to pain management has helped over a million patients across 45 countries. His personalized and comprehensive rehabilitation techniques have achieved significant success, enabling many to enjoy prolonged pain-free lives.

Whether you're facing persistent pain or discomfort, take the step towards recovery.