Understanding Neck Pain
People often kid around about other people or things being “a pain in the neck”, but if you or somebody you know is suffering from neck pain, you know it’s serious.
About one out of ten of all people in the US has experienced neck pain at some point in their lives. And 15.1% of people in the US said neck pain was their most common pain issue.
Neck Pain Detailed.
Neck pain is defined as any kind of pain that occurs from the top of your shoulders to the bottom of your head. Symptoms may be mild to severe and often limit the range of motion of your head, shoulders and upper body.
Neck pain is reported more frequently by women than men, and most individuals with neck pain tend to be between the ages of eighteen to 64. The typical age for neck pain patients is 49.5 years old.
Causes of Neck Pain.
One of the most common causes of neck pain is aging. As you grow older you are more likely to have increased deterioration on the vertebrae, discs and nerves in your spine, often triggering neck pain.
An additional common cause of neck pain is repeated motion injuries. If you job requires you to hold your head at the same angle for an extended period of time, this can increase your risk of developing neck pain. Anxiety and stress is also a contributing factor in many cases of neck pain.
Like any form of pain, neck pain is nature’s way of telling you that something is not right within your body. Pain indicates that the natural balance has been disturbed and that something is out of whack.
Neck Pain Therapy All-natural Solutions.
Because neck pain tends to come from the spinal column, one of the most efficient neck pain treatments is gentle, non-surgical spinal decompression treatment.
Our spinal disc practitioners focus on using natural, alternative techniques that can return the spine to its original position. This can relieve the pressures on the discs, nerves and vertebrae that can cause neck pain.
Fast, Efficient Neck Pain Therapy.
Many patients can experience immediate relief from neck pain and other symptoms with just a few gentle treatments. Plus, because we treat the causes of neck pain, as opposed to masking them with drugs or using invasive treatments including surgeries, once the pain is gone, it typically won’t return unless something else goes out of balance within the body.
Neck pain is among the most irritating and annoying forms of pain you can experience. That’s because it can affect your ability to move naturally and can easily spread to other parts of the body, such as the shoulders and back.
Address your neck pain by scheduling your free consult with one of our spinal disc practitioners now. We can provide you with the gentle, long-lasting– and often permanent– pain relief you seek while employing only natural, non-invasive methods.
Contact Fountain Valley Disc Center at (714) 963-0955 to Schedule Your Free Consultation Today!