You may not know that there is a neck pain solution that is recommended by most major health care organizations that almost no physicians talk about. It can work better than medication and is far less risky than injections or surgery. So why hasn’t the world embraced it?
That’s a good question.
Why it Matters:
What are we talking about? Chiropractic care. Spinal adjustments are the neck pain solution that physicians haven’t been talking about… until now!
Gentle adjustments to your neck can help effectively reduce neck pain, improve how you move, and even positively influence your brain and nervous system.
Chiropractors focus on the structure and function of your spine. When your spine is functioning optimally, your body is better able to heal itself without the need for medication. And don’t let a disc herniation make you believe that you’re too far gone for chiropractic care. Research has shown that nearly 80% of people with a disc herniation in their neck found relief with spinal adjustments!
- Drugs and surgery usually aren’t recommended for the care of neck pain due to their risks and side-effects.
- The Cleveland Clinic and American College of Physicians support chiropractic adjustments for the care of neck issues.
- Spinal adjustments have been shown to provide more relief than steroid injections for neck pain caused by a disc herniation.
We believe that the first step to finding relief from neck pain is discovering the root cause. After identifying any structural issues in your neck and spine, we can put together a treatment plan designed to both help improve your movement and reduce your pain.
If you or someone you know has struggled with neck pain, we hope you’ll give us a call today!
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