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Neck Pain

Blonde woman with neck pain

Neck pain affects a significant number of individuals.

Recent studies have found more than 10% of Americans suffer from neck pain at any given time.

The reason is that the neck region contains many delicate, pain sensitive structures commonly exposed to abuse and abnormal stresses. Incomplete rehabilitation of past injuries, poor posture, prolonged sitting, and lack of periodic spinal alignments are some of the more common factors in the development of neck problems.

Fortunately, most individuals suffering from neck problems will find chiropractic care extremely beneficial. Unlike prescription drugs, most chiropractic procedures address the cause of the majority of neck problems, not simply the symptoms. Best of all, chiropractic care is safe, natural, and noninvasive... no side effects allowed!

Causes of Neck Pain

There are many causes for neck pain. Some causes result from acute injuries which cannot be avoided, such as an automobile accident resulting in a whiplash-type injury. Other causes can be avoided and result from the use of "bad" or improper habits and techniques, such as poor posture and improper lifting. These "other causes" make up the majority of neck pain causes and can be effectively treated once the cause(s) is/are identified and the appropriate measures to avoid these "bad" and improper habits and techniques are implemented.

Some of the more common causes of neck pain include:

  • Incomplete rehabilitation of past injuries
  • Lack of proper and periodic spinal alignments
  • Presence of cervical spine subluxations
  • Whiplash-type injuries
  • Improper workstation setup
  • Poor posture
  • Prolonged sitting
  • Prolonged use of non-ergonomically designed equipment
  • Excessive repetitive neck motions
  • Improper telephone techniques
  • Excessive mental stress
  • Physical inactivity
  • Poor diet and nutritional practices

If you are struggling with neck pain, come in for a Chiropractic adjustment and experience the relief that can be found with Chiropractic care.

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