Treating Your Neck Pain
By MILTON CHIROPRACTIC
June 23, 2017
Category: Chiropractic Care
Tags: Neck Pain  

Are you tired of popping pills yet getting no relief for your neck pain? Chiropractic treatment offers an effective, completely natural alternative toNeck Pain pain medications. The Chiropractors at Milton Chiropractic & Rehabilitation in Quincy, MA, discuss neck pain and explain how chiropractic treatments can relieve your pain.

What causes neck pain?

Neck pain can occur as a result of an accident or fall, but sometimes you can't trace it back to a dramatic event. Pain can occur if you have poor posture, particularly if you spend most of the day in one position. People who have desk jobs or spend a significant amount of time driving are particularly prone to developing neck pain. It may also occur if you develop arthritis in your neck or develop herniated discs, spinal stenosis or another condition.

Your use of digital devices may also be to blame for your pain. When you constantly look down at your tablet or smartphone, you may develop a painful condition called "text neck."

How can chiropractic treatment help me?

In many cases, neck pain can be traced back to a misalignment in your spine. When your spinal column isn't correctly aligned, your muscles can become tense, which can worsen your pain. Eventually, misalignments can even affect your ability to move your neck.

Chiropractic manipulations help realign your cervical spine, the seven vertebrae in your neck that support your neck. They also help loosen tight muscles and improve your ability to move your neck without pain. In addition to manipulations, massage, ultrasound treatment or electrical stimulation may be recommended when you visit our Quincy office.

Massage also helps relax your muscles and restore normal blood flow. Ultrasound isn't often used to diagnose health problems, but the technology also offers an effective treatment option. Ultrasound waves improve circulation, relax muscles and reduce swelling. Electrical stimulation, a treatment that uses low-voltage electrical currents, also helps improve healing and circulation and may reduce pain.

Before your treatment begins, you'll receive a comprehensive examination from one of our chiropractors. Based on your symptoms and medical history, a treatment plan will be designed to address your specific issues.

Don't let neck pain slow you down. Call The Chiropractors at Milton Chiropractic & Rehabilitation in Quincy, MA, to schedule an appointment.

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