HealthActions Neck Pain Treatment
As technology becomes a bigger part of all our lives, and we spend more and more time in front of a computer screen, a lot of people complain about having a pain in the neck. Neck pain can seriously limit your ability to perform normal, everyday tasks. Loss of range on motion in your neck can also lead to shoulder pain, and or pain/numbness in your arms and hands.
Your neck, or cervical spine, is made up of seven bones called vertebrae which are stacked upon one another. In between each bone lies a spongy material called the intervertabral disc. Each vertebra has two joints towards the back that connect with the joints of the vertebra below it. These bones in your neck protect your spinal cord and allow normal motion.
If you start having neck pain, don't panic, it often gets better in just a few days. If it persists, however, a visit to a Physical Therapist for a complete exam could give you some answers and help alleviate neck pain and prevent it from reoccurring.
What are Common Neck Pain Problems?
- Herniated or Bulging Disc
- Disc Degeneration
- Spinal Stenosis
- Ruptured Disc
- Pinched Nerves
What Can You Expect From The HealthActions Physical Therapy Team?
On your first visit, our Physical Therapists will spend a significant amount of time evaluating your condition and determining when and why it occurs. We then work with you to develop the best plan of care, one that will get you moving again and deliver long term results.
Our Physical Therapists understand that the road to recovery is personal, so you will always receive a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs.