Neck Pain

Is it hard to look over your shoulder? Is there a constant throbbing in your neck? Do you notice a "grinding" sound as you turn your head? Is it hard to turn your head while driving?




A popular response to neck pain is taking drugs to cover up the problem (aspirin, analgesics, pain pills), or treating its symptoms (muscle relaxers, massage, hot packs).

The chiropractic approach to neck pain is to locate the underlying cause. This begins with a complete case history and thorough examination, including x-rays only if we feel it is necessary. Special attention is given to the structure of the spine, and its affect on the nervous system.

Often, specific chiropractic adjustments are required to help restore proper spinal function. With improved structure and function, neck pain often diminishes or totally disappears without use of addictive drugs or harmful side effects.

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