Many people suffer from and experience neck pain for a variety of reasons. At Roach Chiropractic Centre, we will do a full assessment to find the root cause of your neck pain. We will then develop a personalized treatment plan just for you.
How Neck Pain Is Treated:
One of the most popular methods of treating a pinched nerve in your neck is cervical manipulation. This neck adjustment helps to loosen the joints between the vertebrae in the neck. This effectively reduces the pain that is being caused by a variety of issues including pinched nerves and even muscle spasms. Chiropractors simply use their hands to adjust the vertebrae in the neck to restore proper alignment. Once the structure is aligned, it relieves painful neck symptoms.
How Fanfare Clinic Can Help:
Better range of motion & minimizing the amount of inflammation throughout the neck area. Adjustments to the vertebrae in the neck will allow for a better range of motion, structure and flexibility. This alone can help the person who was suffering from neck issues be able to better handle day-to-day activities.
Dealing with this type of pain is never easy. It can be debilitating and also lead to compensatory injuries and pain in other areas of the spine. Also, it can drastically reduce your ability to perform daily activities that you would not normally have trouble doing.
Myalgia, Leg Cramps, Spasms, and Muscle Pain
Myalgia, muscle pain, cramps, or spasms are common complaints. In fact, nearly everyone will experience muscle soreness at some point in their life. Excessive exertion and trauma are among common causes. Poor posture has also been shown to play a major role in the formation of muscle pain and spasms.
People are spending excessive time sitting in front of a computer or mobile device. This results in a poor posture that affects the health of a large portion of the population. It creates repetitive strain injuries and damaging structural changes to their spines. When you spend the majority of your day slouched over, it adds significant stress to your spine and back. This may cause you to lose the normal curve in your neck. When this occurs, it causes you to overuse other muscles in your spine. This results in debilitating, chronic stiffness or spasms in other areas of your body.
Certain types of back injuries, such as pinched nerves or slipped discs, may also trigger muscle spasms and pain. If nerves in your neck are being compressed or otherwise pinched, they may cause spasms and/or in your arms, and even numbness and tingling in your fingers.
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