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Neck and
shoulder pain

Neck pain can be frustrating, affecting productivity, performance, and your sleep. 
We have been in your shoes, it’s time to change the situation. 

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How are you feeling?

These are common body symptoms that could indicate a potential misalignment in your cervical spine

Neck and shoulder pain is among the top complaints that we hear, and it’s no wonder why given our daily habits that are hard to change. These include long hours sitting or standing at work, excessive time spent looking down at our phones, heavy school bags for children, and improper sleeping positions. 

SORENESS AND
TIGHTNESS

MUSCLE SPAMS
AND TENSION

NUMBNESS AND
TINGLING SENSATIONs

STIFF NECK AND PAIN WHEN TURNING HEAD

RADIATING PAIN DOWN
MY ARMS

PERSISTENT PAIN AT MY SHOULDER BLADE

Chiropractic can help you

If the cause of your persistent muscle tension is due to a physical misalignment in the cervical spine, improving it’s alignment is the only solution.

Through regular adjustments to improve alignment and increase joint mobility, we have helped many of our practice members go beyond pain-relief and lead a healthier life. 

This was achieved through a series of adjustments, exercises and stretches, and guiding them to eliminate some of their bad habits. 

Research on various treatments

Chiropractic Care Vs Medication Vs Home Exercises Only 

A study by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (USA) conducted a randomized trial of 272 participants with acute neck pain who received either spinal manipulative therapy from a doctor of chiropractic (DC),  pain medications, or home exercise recommendations.

After 12 weeks, 57% of those who met with Chiropractors, and 48% of those who exercised reported at least a 75% reduction in pain. In contrast, only 33% of the people in the medication group reported decreased pain.

More importantly, after one year, approximately 53% of the two drug-free groups (chiropractic and exercise) continued to report at least a 75% reduction in pain, compared to an average of just 38% pain reduction among those who only took medication.

Read more about the article here.

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