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Category Archives: Neck Pain

  • Tips for Relieving Neck Pain

    Do you find yourself with a nagging neck or headache, especially after a long day or stressful event? The American Academy of Pain Medicine reports that neck pain and severe headaches or migraines make up about 30% of all commonly reported pain conditions. There...

  • Muscle Stretching for Relieving Neck and Back Pain

    Many aches and pains in the neck and back stem from tight muscles. Stretching the tight muscles along the back of your neck, strengthening the muscles in the front of your neck and improving body posture in general, can help to release neck pain....

  • 5 Ways to Relieve Neck and Back Pain

    Back and neck pain can stop you in your tracks, affecting your work and interfering with your recreational activities. It takes the fun right out of your day.   How to Reduce Neck and Back Pain   Your pain might be from a previous injury,...

  • Don’t Let Neck Pain and Headaches Hold You Back

    Head and neck pain are quite common, but that doesn’t mean you should tolerate it. Chronic neck pain, neck tightness and frequent headaches are not only uncomfortable; symptoms like these can interfere with your work, family life and overall enjoyment. Many people seek temporary...

  • Is Your Back or Neck Pain from a Herniated Disc?

    When it comes to going about your day, few things will disrupt your normal, daily routine like a sudden jolt of back pain. Often, this pain can seemingly appear out of nowhere, rendering once easy tasks like tying your shoes nearly impossible without intense...

  • Neck Pain and Headaches from Stress

        Stress is nothing more than our reaction to a provocation that upsets our physical and/or mental equilibrium. Therefore, stress is an inevitable part of life. Nevertheless, when we are faced with stress, our “fight or flight” response can be triggered; this causes...

  • What Source is Causing Your Neck Pain?

    The neck is a vulnerable area for experiencing problems partly because it receives many stressful influences from other sources.  These influences force the neck to compensate which creates increased muscle activity, joint pressures, and possible nerve compression. The head and neck’s unique position in...