Having neck pain can be extremely painful and uncomfortable. You forget how important your neck health is until you begin having neck pain.
Your neck, also called the cervical spine, supports the full weight of your head. The average weight of someone’s head is twelve pounds, making the neck very susceptible to pain.
Neck pain can be caused by many things, including sitting for long periods of time, repetitive moments, automotive accidents, and even falling. Everyday wear and tear can also give you neck pain.
During your first visit with us, we will do a thorough evaluation and ask you some questions. Ultimately, we want to find the exact root of your problem. By figuring this out, we’ll be able to be on our way to getting you to be pain free.
A neck adjustment is a quick motion that will help improve the mobility in your neck, spine, and overall range of motion. Patients typically notice a reduction in pain very quickly after being adjusted.
Chronic back pain is one of the biggest problems Americans face today and affects eight out of ten people at some point in their lives. Even though back pain is common, the level of severity varies. A variety of different conditions are responsible for discomfort in different regions of your back. These include sprained ligaments, strained muscles, trigger points, arthritis, ruptured discs, inflamed joints, sport injuries, and many more. We will locate the source and do everything we can to ease the uncomfortable pain you may be experiencing.
Back pain can hurt every day, making normal activities hard and even unbearable. This is where we come in. We believe that you deserve to be pain free. We want to get to the root of what is actually happening.
Back pain comes in many forms. You may experience muscle spasms, cramping, stiffness, sensitivity to touch or pressure, and even pain that gets worse. Sometimes it doesn’t feel like it will ever go away. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is time to contact us.
There are different treatment options for back pain which vary person to person. At your first appointment, we will do a full evaluation so that we can give you a full diagnosis. Then we will discuss your options so we can make sure that you can be healthier and pain free!