Building Resiliency with Neck Pain Exercise

Pain changes the way muscles work together to provide support and movement for the body. In the case of neck pain, the larger muscles at the back of the neck, shoulder, and front of the neck and jaw override many of the smaller, more supportive muscles that are important for good function. After getting the Read more about Building Resiliency with Neck Pain Exercise[…]

Improving and Maintaining Movement for Neck Pain

While there are a variety of reasons somebody can develop neck pain, the majority of cases are “mechanical” in nature. This usually means that body tissues like muscles, tendons, or joint surfaces become irritated in a way that limits their ability to move — leading to limited movement ability (restricted range of motion), muscle tightness, Read more about Improving and Maintaining Movement for Neck Pain[…]

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Neck Pain Day to Day

Dealing with neck pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints that people experience. Large scale research indicates as much as 80% of the adult population experiences neck pain (and associated disorders) during their lifetime, with 30-50% of adults reporting neck pain each year. But how to handle it, day-to-day? I hope what follows Read more about Neck Pain Day to Day[…]