Drivers who come into Chirostop for their DOT physical, often ask me about upper back pain they’re experiencing, and I get this question all the time: “Doc – I have this pain that starts at the base of my skull, goes to the top of my shoulder and moves into the middle of my back […]
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Kenn Seals here at ChiroStop. Most drivers just call me "Doc". I've been here at Sapp Bros. truck stop working with commercial drivers for more than 10 years so I understand the importance of the DOT Physical exam for your livelihood and the importance of your health for your life.
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"I'm an OTR driver and know that I can get fuel, park my truck and have my DOT medical card recertified, right here at the truck-stop. What a life and time saver, walkin and 'get r done' Thanks for being here for us Doc." - Bret L., OTR driver Wisconsin
"I'm a local driver, I can grab a quick bite to eat and get my DOT medical card all right here at Sapp Brothers truck-stop. Plenty convenient for me." - Dane S., Salt Lake City areaAll posts in category Muscle and Joint PainPosted by Doc on February 7, 2011
You know, I see a lot of drivers during the year with the same problem – ‘trucker’s shoulder’. What the heck is ‘trucker’s shoulder’? A repetitive strain injury It’ a repetitive strain injury that builds up over time in long distance drivers. It occurs because OTR drivers use their left arm predominantly to steer the […]Posted in Muscle and Joint PainPosted by Doc on August 13, 2010