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OP here:) Y'all are pretty nice xD I should have been more specific...if I'm standing even an inch from my chair I receive comments about how I should not take the job lightly and someone could come in. What's even more ironic is that he actually recommends that I stretch in the back room, but like I said, I am given a talking to if I move much further than the printer...all in all I do enjoy my job:) I was very lucky to get it at all and I'm saving up for college. I doubt that I'll be able to fix my back issues at the university, but I'll do my best:) Kisses, Sophie ?
By shelovespiano / Tuesday 22 December 2015 03:40 / United States - Ponte Vedra Beach
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By  ihartmytdi  |  23

Get a "doctors" note from him, just so you can flash it in his face when he questions why you're standing at work. I'm sure you both will appreciate the redundancy.

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  shelovespiano  |  26

OP here:) Y'all are pretty nice xD I should have been more specific...if I'm standing even an inch from my chair I receive comments about how I should not take the job lightly and someone could come in. What's even more ironic is that he actually recommends that I stretch in the back room, but like I said, I am given a talking to if I move much further than the printer...all in all I do enjoy my job:) I was very lucky to get it at all and I'm saving up for college. I doubt that I'll be able to fix my back issues at the university, but I'll do my best:) Kisses, Sophie ?

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  ezrocks4u  |  29

I fail to see how telling her the fact that sitting for long periods of time is bad for you=dumb chiropractor. I believe the boss is the problem, insult his intellect instead.

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  mariri9206  |  32

#20 people today have really poor posture, especially when you're sitting, so, if you have a job that's predominantly sitting at a desk, it's not unlikely to have back issues. That's probably what the chiropractor means.

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  kainpwnsu  |  19

This is a legitimate situation, and they should not be required to sit if it causes physical harm. It's illegal for the employer to make such demands, unless the job absolutely demands it. This is clearly not the case. You obviously have not suffered chronic pain.

By  ihartmytdi  |  23

Get a "doctors" note from him, just so you can flash it in his face when he questions why you're standing at work. I'm sure you both will appreciate the redundancy.

By  cocainewhore  |  30

OP you should try and go to a proper doctor and get a diagnosis, or at least a referral to pain specialists such as the pain clinic, and some treatment rather than relying on a chiropractor who could cause quite a lot of damage if he is wrong.

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