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A sore neck is nothing to scoff at. The neck and spine are closely interrelated, so spinal issues such as improper posture, unnatural curvature, or a misalignment can cause neck pain. Depending on how long you’ve had the neck pain, how uncomfortable it is (radiating pain versus stiffness), and which treatments you’ve tried, you may have to see a chiropractor for the pain.
There are many neck pain causes. Some of these are related to a prior injury while others are caused by a medical condition such as:
Medical professionals break down neck pain intensity by three categories. If you’re suffering from neck pain for at least four weeks, this is acute. If the pain goes on for at least 12 weeks, this is subacute. Lastly, if you have dealt with neck pain for three months or longer, this is known as chronic pain.
When you see your chiropractor, they will first make that distinction. They’ll also ask questions about your history of injuries, your sleep habits, posture, your lifestyle, and your job. These can all play a role in neck health.
By starting with a physical exam and running tests like bone scans, electro diagnostics, MRIs, myelograms, CT scans, and x-rays, the chiropractor can get a clearer picture of the patient’s neck issues. They can also decide which chiropractic treatments will make the biggest impact on their pain.
Although chiropractic care is mostly spine-focused, as we mentioned above, the spine and the neck are closely interrelated. By treating spinal misalignments, posture issues, and other unnatural curvature, most sources of neck pain will vanish as well.
Your chiropractor will use such techniques as spinal decompressions, manipulations, and adjustments. None of these techniques are painful. In fact, you may feel relief from your neck pain in as little as one or two appointments.
With regular chiropractic care, you may be able to reduce your reliance on painkillers. Some patients have even decided against having surgery because their quality of life was restored through holistic treatments like chiropractic care.
Do you need chiropractic care for neck pain in Greensboro? If so, come see us at Healing Hands Chiropractic, your chiropractor in Greensboro. Our team of medical professionals, including several licensed chiropractors, are trained in many chiropractic techniques sure to manage or treat your neck pain, including spinal decompressions, manipulations, and adjustments.
We also specialize in deep tissue laser therapy, auto accident injury care, and sports injury care. To learn more about our services or schedule an appointment today, please contact us by phone at 336-235-4530 or visit us at Healing Hands Chiropractic on 2105-C West Cornwallis Drive.
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