Neck Pain

woman with neck pain

Strong enough to support the head, yet delicate and prone to pain, the neck is a vital part of the body. Neck pain causes are varied, and chronic neck pain may be due to inflammation, injury, infection, or irritation of the cervical nerve roots. Other causes of neck pain include encroachment of the vertebral canal’s vascular supply, or invasion of the cord into the spinal canal, as well as disc thinning or disc degeneration, or even the deterioration of muscles and ligaments known to be caused by arthritis. A neck with abnormal curvature, usually the result of illness or injury, will appear to be too straight, or even reverse its curve.  An accurate diagnosis is crucial in order to resolve the root causes of neck pain, rather than simply treating symptoms.

Sometimes a patient is not aware of a problem and neck pain causes go undetected until it has progressed to a severe degree. By the time a patient is desperate for neck pain relief, it may be difficult to treat the source of the pain because of the acute degree to which the condition has advanced.  Regular examinations are a good idea so that your doctor can address issues before they are severe enough to require chronic pain management.

The professionals at American Physical Medicine utilize physical therapy, massage therapy, and other natural methods to treat a variety of medical concerns, in order to help patients achieve optimum wellness. After a thorough examination to determine the best course of action, a personalized treatment plan will be created for neck pain therapy to alleviate your pain.

Want to learn more about how American Physical Medicine may be able to help you overcome neck pain?  Please give us a call today to schedule your free consultation!