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Chiropractic, the solution to back and neck pain

Chiropractic treatment for neck and arm pain

Chiropractic treatment for neck and arm pain

WHAT IS IT?

Two out of three of us will have neck pain at some point in life. Most of the time the real cause of pain is not exact. However, usually the pains are due to minor sprains or poor posture.

Muscle tension and stiff neck and shoulder are very common concerns, especially for people who work in an office. One of the main causes of neck and shoulder pain is the lack of adequate circulation and muscle stiffness.

If you have muscles, joints and vertebrae of the neck in tension for a long time, the oppression in the upper part of the neck can:

Chiropractic treatment for neck and arm pain

Neck pain on one or both sides.

Tingling sensations

Rigidity.

Pain in the shoulder blades.

Pain, numbness or weakness in your arm.

Difficulty swallowing, speaking, writing or walking

Headache.

Dizziness and Nausea

Blurry vision.

Fatigue.

 

HOW CAN WE HELP?

Chiropractic is an excellent treatment against neck and back pain. A specialized chiropractor can manipulate your neck, shoulders, arms and back directly. If you are experiencing “dull” pain or acute pain, this manipulation can help you realign the spine to provide better support.

Similarly, therapeutic massage will help improve blood flow, reduce tension and increase tissue flexibility by promoting better and faster healing. Depending on the type and causes of your neck pain, specialists may recommend certain exercises to perform at home. It is extremely important to follow your therapist’s instructions to achieve the goals of treatment.

There is a great debate about whether the application of heat or the application of cold is better for the treatment of neck pain. Again, this depends on the nature of the neck pain and its cause. There are circumstances that require a cold application and others that are more conducive to heat.

Today, one of the main causes of visiting a specialized center is neck pain. In many cases a conservative treatment will allow you to recover quickly. In addition, the treatment is focused on structurally correcting your spine and not just hiding the symptoms of your pain.

After the pain is gone, it is important that you practice the exercise routine that the specialist has instructed you to maintain a healthy back. Stretching is essential.

Do not endure more neck pain, your recovery with chiropractic is possible!