Why Neck Pain Treatment Should Always Include Chiropractic Care

Written By Martinez Chiropractic Center on April 8, 2019

Mostpeople go their entire life without thinking twice about their neck. Then, one day, everything changes.

Neck pain is a serious condition that can slowly creep into your everyday plans. When you’re not feeling your best, it limits you from doing the things you love. Neck pain can slow down your efforts while you’re sleeping, exercising, cooking, or even just watching a movie.

Neck pain is often associated with car accidents, but truthfully, neck pain can be caused by a variety of factors: injuries, osteoarthritis, older age, or not properly taking care of oneself.

Neck Pain Treatment Techniques

The good news is, chiropractic care offers several types of treatment plans when it comes to proper neck pain treatment. The first step is for your chiropractor to complete a thorough neurological exam, determining when the neck pain began, and the potential causes of the pain.

1. Spinal Manipulation

Spinal manipulation is one of several options for treating neck pain. You may have also heard this referred to as an adjustment.

There are several different techniques when it comes to manipulation. Your chiropractor will determine which technique is best for you based on your symptoms and medical history.

2. Therapy

Chiropractic care is much more involved than only manipulating the spine. There are several therapies that could be used when treating neck pain.

Some of these therapies could include using special instruments specifically for muscle tension. Other types of therapy could involve using stretching and resisting techniques to relieve tension.

Massage therapy is another common technique used by chiropractors. This will help you relax and relieve the tension is your neck muscles.

You might even find you need to use ultrasound technology or electrical stimulation. These are both effective methods to relieving neck pain and could be an option for neck pain treatment.

3.  Therapeutic Exercise

Along with adjustments and various therapies, your chiropractor could also recommend different therapeutic exercises. These exercises are designed to relieve the pain and tension specifically in the neck, as well as improve your range of motion.

Neck Pain Treatment Can be Non-Invasive and Effective

As you can see, there are several ways your chiropractor could approach a drug-free plan when it comes to neck pain treatment. These are just a few examples of the many steps you can take to rid the pain you might be experiencing.

Don’t let another day go by allowing neck pain to limit you from living your best life. Call Dr. Martinez today at 305-403-2595 or fill out our contact form and we’ll get your scheduled right away.


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