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Neck & Back Pain

Neck & Back Pain


Neck and back pain are common musculoskeletal complaints that can be caused by various factors, including:

  • Poor posture

  • Muscle strain

  • Injury

  • Degenerative conditions, or

  • Herniated discs.


These types of pain can significantly impact daily activities and quality of life.


Chiropractors often use spinal adjustments as a central component of their care for neck and back pain.


Evidence suggests that spinal manipulative therapy, when performed by a qualified Chiropractor, may offer benefits for certain individuals with acute or chronic neck and back pain.


The goal is to improve spinal function, reduce pain, and enhance overall musculoskeletal health.

In addition to Chiropractic Care, regular Remedial Massage treatments and Assisted Stretching can be valuable components of a comprehensive approach to managing neck and back pain.


Benefits of Regular Remedial Massage Treatments


Remedial Massage is known for its ability to address muscle tension, promote relaxation, and enhance circulation.


In the context of neck and back pain, regular massage may help to alleviate muscle tightness, reduce pain, and improve flexibility.


Studies have suggested that massage therapy can be effective in managing chronic pain and may contribute to overall well-being.


Benefits of Assisted Stretching


Assisted stretching, when performed under the guidance of a qualified professional, can contribute to improved flexibility, range of motion, and muscle function.


In the context of neck and back pain, targeted stretching may help relieve tightness and enhance the overall mobility of the spine and surrounding muscles.


Recent research indicates that incorporating Assisted Stretching into a treatment plan can be beneficial for individuals with musculoskeletal conditions.


By combining Chiropractic Care with regular Remedial Massage treatments and Assisted Stretching, individuals experiencing neck and back pain may enjoy a more comprehensive and holistic approach to managing their condition.

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