The Woodlands And Houston
Neck, Back And Joint Pain Relief
If you experience neck pain, you are not alone. It is a very common complaint involving the cervical vertebrae at the top of the spine and just below the base of the skull.
- Unsatisfactory sleep positions
- Low amounts of sodium, calcium, or magnesium
- Sports injuries
- Bad posture
- Terrible work habits (hunching, etc.)
- Degenerated or crumbling discs
- Nerve Damage, Fibromyalgia
- Bone infection
- Cervical Spinal Stenosis
- Tumors or Cysts
- Benign Tumors or Cysts
- Improper Bone Structure of Neck Vertebrae
Neck pain can come on slow or can arise from a recent injury. You might start to feel a dull, consistent pain in your neck. If you begin to favor the aching side by moving slowly or tilting in a certain direction, you might be experiencing neck pain. Mild to intense headaches can possibly arise and problems with vision have been reported.
- Throbbing and pulsing pain spasms
- A sensation of weight rolling within the skull
- Piercing pain strikes behind the eye sockets
- Stiffness and inability to turn head
- Radiating pain down the back
What To Do Do the best you can to decrease any inflammation. This can be done with Over-the-counter meds or your neck pain could be treated using combinations of decompression and WaveTherapy™. Feel free to call and ask about laser therapy to increase cellular regeneration of ossified (bony) structures such as vertebrae in the neck.