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Neck Pain


Your neck is crucial to the overall function because it is the connection between your brain and spine. Because the nervous system runs along the neck, any misalignment can wreak havoc on the function of your organs, muscles, and other tissues. Whenever you experience neck pain, it is a sign that something is amiss and your whole body could be at risk. Generally, neck pain can be caused by a number of different factors, including sleeping wrong, a traumatic injury, a sport or work injury, stress, or arthritis. With chiropractic care, we can help you find neck pain relief. We offer spinal adjustments to get the seven bones in your neck back in the proper alignment, spinal traction, massage therapy, and strengthening exercises to get rid of your pain for good.


Neck Pain

Sometimes, your spinal column can get slightly out of whack. These misalignments in the spine are known as subluxations, and they can cause extreme pressure on your spinal nerves. This in turn causes muscles spasms, inflammation, and irritation, all of which lead to chronic lower back pain and pain in the neck. While stretching and massage can be a great source of temporary back pain relief, a chiropractic adjustment at our Plano area chiropractic care center is the best way to treat the cause. Neck pain or cervical pain is a generic symptom that can stem from a number of different conditions, including whiplash, a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, neck strain, or a pinched nerve. There may also be a compressed nerve root, leading to numbness and tingling. Other symptoms of neck pain can include problems swallowing, dizziness, lightheadedness, swelling of the glands, or tenderness. Thanks to the expertise of our pain doctors, we can provide quick neck pain reliefby using a number of alternative pain management techniques including chiropractic adjustments and strengthening exercises.

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