The Neck Pain Epidemic

According to research and medical statistics, the large majority of people will experience moderate to severe neck discomfort at some point in their lives. Really, that should come as no surprise. That’s because the neck is prone to whiplash and injury more than any other body part. What it possesses in mobility and flexibility, it lacks in strength and protection.

  • The Value in an Accurate Diagnosis

The Value in an Accurate Diagnosis

While neck pain is often fairly acute or mild in nature, it can be quite dangerous if not appropriately addressed. That’s why an accurate diagnosis is extremely important when dealing with neck pain. Are […]

  • Neck Pain: The Value in Medication

Neck Pain: The Value in Medication

While it may be tempting to jump head first into a promising procedure or operation, it is important to exhaust all other options before turning to surgery. While simple lifestyle modifications and physical therapy […]

  • Injections Can Help with Neck Pain

Injections Can Help with Neck Pain

While neck pain can sometimes be effectively treated with exercise and standard medication, it often requires additional measures. One such measure consists of injections designed to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain.

What are Injections?

Injections typically […]

  • Neck Pain Treatment

Neck Pain Treatment

For sufferers of chronic neck pain, it is important to find treatment that is both safe and effective. In many cases, this is a combination of solutions and requires discipline, determination, and attention to […]

  • When Neck Pain Calls for Surgery

When Neck Pain Calls for Surgery

While neck surgery was somewhat rudimentary in nature decades ago, it is now seen as a viable option for neck pain relief. It is still the most invasive pain relief solution and should be […]

  • Exercise as a Practical Pain Relief Option

Exercise as a Practical Pain Relief Option

When you experience neck pain, it is easy to jump right into treatment plans consisting of medication, injections, and even surgery. But before considering any of those options, you should first discuss exercise with […]

  • Neck Pain Management: Is Surgery Your Answer?

Neck Pain Management: Is Surgery Your Answer?

If you suffer from chronic neck pain and have not found relief from any of the treatment plans you have followed over the years, surgery may be an option. But before deciding on surgery, […]

  • Neck Pain Options

Neck Pain Options

For sufferers of chronic neck pain, there often seems like no way out. You hear about success stories from one individual, try their advice, and end up without any significant relief yourself. While this […]

  • Neck Pain Solutions

Neck Pain Solutions

Neck pain can be frustrating, painful, and even debilitating. If you suffer from chronic neck pain, don’t lose hope. Seek out a variety of solutions and find one that works for you.
Types of Neck […]

  • The Neck Pain Epidemic

The Neck Pain Epidemic

According to research and medical statistics, the large majority of people will experience moderate to severe neck discomfort at some point in their lives. Really, that should come as no surprise. That’s because the […]

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