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Dr. Bonacci has done extensive research in the field of ergonomics, and offers free presentations to corporations in the local area. He has been exposed to patients with a variety of conditions that plague corporate America and the transportation industry in particular.
He understands why drivers are suffering from preventable conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome, migraine headaches, back pain, arm and leg pain, deep vein thrombosis (a known cause of death), degenerative disc disease and arthritis.
More important, he understands how to prevent these conditions that are the cause of a 150% turnover rate in the industry and extensive workers compensation claims. Dr. Bonacci is currently writing a book designed to educate drivers on the treatment and prevention of conditions unique to their industry.
The constant vibration of the truck combined with the seated position of the driver causes many problems. The human body was not created to withstand that kind of stimulation for durations of several hours. The constant battering of the spinal cord results in frequent headaches, chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms, as well as a multitude of other ailments. At Arizona Pain & Posture, Dr. Bonacci has developed effective techniques for these issues. If you feel that you have constant fatigue, or you have been told you suffer from "fatigue syndrome," review our list of chronic fatigue symptoms: fatigue, loss of memory or concentration, unexplained muscle pain, pain that moves around, headaches, extreme exhaustion, and unrefreshing sleep.
Trucking companies are an important part of America’s economy. Drivers deserve a chance to maintain their health while working, and prevent common diseases from ending their career and decreasing their quality of life.