Neck Pain FAQs

Neck Pain FAQ's

If you have been experiencing chronic neck pain, finding a treatment that works at relieving the pain effectively is likely to be a concern. Contact Woodgrove Pines Clinic in Nanaimo to meet with our experienced chiropractors to discuss neck pain relief options. Here are some frequently asked questions about neck pain so you can learn why it happens, how to avoid it, and what chiropractic care can do to help if you suffer from it.

Why Does Neck Pain Occur?

There are many reasons why someone could become inflicted with chronic neck pain. Neck pain usually arises when an injury takes place to the neck or nearby muscles in the body. This is often an occurrence that happens after a car accident or a slip and fall incident. It could happen if you repeatedly move your neck or if you keep it stretched for long durations of time, such as when you look down at a book, computer screen, or a phone. Neck pain can also happen if you sleep on too many pillows at night.

How Can Neck Pain Be Avoided?

If you have had neck pain in the past, you are certain to want to do whatever necessary to avoid it in the future. Use only one pillow when slumbering so your spine remains aligned with your head. Avoid repetition on the job or use ergonomic furnishings and tools to protect your neck against injuries. Make it a priority to look away from electronic devices or reading material every few minutes so your neck is not stretched awkwardly.

How Can Chiropractic Care Help?

When you seek chiropractic care, our practitioner will assess the pain you are experiencing and make recommendations regarding treatment. In many instances, this will include spinal adjustments. Adjustments will instantly reduce joint stress and allow for unrestricted blood flow in the neck area of your body. This, in turn, reduces pain very effectively. Massage, physical therapy, or heat application are other neck pain treatment options that are available.

Contact Woodgrove Pines Clinic in Nanaimo if you need neck pain relief. Call us at (250) 390-2003.

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