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The impact of neck pain

Chronic neck pain can greatly impact your ability to carry out daily activities and enjoy life. From problems turning your head to sleepless nights, persistent neck discomfort or stiffness can negatively affect your work, relationships, and overall wellbeing.

Frequently asked questions

What are some common causes of neck pain?
Some common causes of neck pain include muscle strain, whiplash injuries, herniated discs, pinched nerves, arthritis, and poor posture. Activities like staring at phones/computers, sleeping in awkward positions, and car accidents can also contribute to neck discomfort.
When should I see a doctor for neck pain?
See your doctor if pain persists for more than a week, causes numbness/tingling, restricts movement, or results from an injury. Also seek medical care if you experience fever, chills, nausea, or weight loss along with neck pain.
How can I manage neck pain at home?
At home care like ice/heat, OTC pain meds, gentle stretches/exercises, massage, and proper posture/sleep positions can help manage neck pain. Avoid activities that aggravate it. A cervical pillow, topical pain creams, and muscle relaxers may also provide relief.
What treatments are available for chronic neck pain?
Treatments will vary depending on the cause but may include physical therapy, chiropractic care, massage, acupuncture, medications, epidural steroid injections, and surgery in severe cases. Your doctor can help determine the best treatment plan.
What exercises help relieve neck pain?
Low-impact stretches and exercises that strengthen the neck muscles often help reduce pain. Your PT can recommend moves like chin tucks, neck rotations, shoulder shrugs, and wall angels to gently stretch, mobilize, and stabilize the neck area. Yoga and Tai Chi can also improve flexibility
How long does it take for neck pain to go away?
The duration of neck pain can vary greatly depending on the cause and severity. Acute neck pain from muscle strains or minor injuries may resolve within days to a few weeks with at-home treatment. However, more serious causes like herniated discs, arthritis, or pinched nerves may result in chronic neck pain lasting for several months. On average, the majority of neck pain cases tend to improve within 6-12 weeks. Persistent, severe, or progressive neck pain lasting over 3 months requires medical attention to identify the underlying condition and customize the right treatment plan for relief. While home remedies can provide symptom relief, it's best to follow up with your doctor if neck pain persists beyond 2 weeks to prevent complications. With proper diagnosis and treatment, most cases of neck pain can be successfully managed for lasting relief.

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Take the step towards pain relief today

Your pain might be mild and nagging, or more serious, but it never seems to go away. Maybe you think it will never go away. It's frustrating because it distracts you from work, your daily life, the little things, doing the activities and sports you love. You put it off. The more you put it off, the longer it persists. Maybe you have given up on it. The good news is you don't have to live in pain. See what's possible for you and your health today. Get freedom from your pain, so you don't have that nagging annoyance stopping you from your busy life.