2. Certain jobs
increase a person’s risk of developing the syndrome disorder. When a person has a job that requires him or her to lift objects over the head or typing jobs this can cause thoracic syndrome disorder. The reason for this is because the same movements are done over and over again. Repetitive movements can take a toll on a person’s body tissue. It will become difficult to do these types of tasks at work.
A person will have pain in their shoulders and neck because he or she lifts the heavy boxes the wrong way over and over again. The pain will be felt in the shoulders, arms, and neck, which is common for the syndrome disorder. Some people wear back braces to protect the body from getting injured any further. Some workers end up going on disability because they end up injuring themselves on the job because they’re unable to complete their work.