Each year we celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday of September, yet for most people, this holiday marks the end of summer and the beginning of the school year. Other than parades, get-togethers, and farewells to summer, Labor Day is a day to celebrate the economic and social contributions of workers, hard workers like our patients.
At Hruby Chiropractic, our patients come to us from all walks of life. Many of these patients come to us because of complaints that stem from their work-life: ongoing job-related back pain and neck pain. Some people come to us as a result of a work injury, and others appear in our offices because of years of repetitive motion at their employment. In either case, while labor is often a source of pride, it can also be a burden.
With this in mind, we encourage you to reflect on the public and fruitful accomplishments of American workers, recognizing the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and foundation of our country. Thanks to our labor force, we are spending the day with our family either enjoying our friends or shopping at the mall buying back to school supplies.