Are you currently suffering from neck pain? Keep reading!
The technology boom has brought us so much convenience without doubt. Yet, we observe neck pain becoming the 4th leading cause of years lost to disability (YLD) in 2010, ranking just behind back pain, depression and arthralgia! (1) It is vital to know the reason why neck pain has become an uninvited guest to you!
When neck pain remains untreated in the early stage, it can become a chronic health problem and more difficult to manage. It can also lead to extensive muscle guarding, affecting your normal spinal curvature, giving you headaches and accelerating your spinal degeneration progress!
Chiropractic interventions are reviewed to be efficient and effective to help manage neck pain and restore range of motion (2). Most importantly, we help people manage their neck pain, helping them become more engaged and regain their zest back for activities!
If you want to help get rid of your stubborn neck pain, you should stop the following mistake......
“Stop looking down to your screens and stop looking into your laptop screen so close that you need to flex your neck to read”
Extra Kilograms of weight are added to your neck to support your posture!(3) You might start to develop a forward head carriage too!
I believe everyone deserves their best health and living without the concern of pain. Get Back to doing what you love!
Your Dr at Little Sprouts Chiropractic can run a comprehensive spinal check to help you identify where your problem(s) are and help manage your condition! Give us a call for more information!
1. Murray CJ, Atkinson C, Bhalla K, Birbeck G, Burstein R, Chou D, et al. The state of US health, 1990-2010: burden of diseases, injuries, and risk factors. Jama. 2013;310(6):591-608.
2. Miller J, Gross A, D'Sylva J, Burnie SJ, Goldsmith CH, Graham N, et al. Manual therapy and exercise for neck pain: A systematic review. Manual Therapy. 2010;15(4):334-54.
3. Neupane S, Ali U, Mathew A. Text Neck Syndrome-Systematic Review. Imperial J Interdiscipl Res. 2017;3(7):141-8.