Neck Pain and Chiropractic

What if we told you that we could help your neck pain? Would you be excited? We know that neck pain can be debilitating, annoying and can drastically diminish your quality of life. Whether it’s caused by stress or a traumatic injury, a chiropractor can release you from the daily pain.

Chiropractors are extensively trained health care specialists. We focus on eliminating and correcting vertebrae that are out of alignment.  When the vertebrae, or individual back and neck bones, come out of alignment it is known as subluxation. Chiropractors specifically adjust the bones back into their proper alignment.

Neck subluxations can cause:coldLaser_2

  • neck pain
  • head pain
  • sinus congestion
  • temporomanibular joint syndrome
  • ear pain
  • pain down arms

None of that sounds fun does it? When you come to our office we will take x-rays of your neck looking for subluxations or more serious injuries.  You will have the opportunity to discuss the type of the treatment that is recommended and how it can help relieve pain.

Patients often ask if they are the only one suffering from neck pain. The answer is no. Neck pain is a common reason to seek chiropractic care. Unfortunately  neck pain is a common side effect of our computer focused culture. At each appointment we will  carefully feel and then gradually adjust your neck vertebrae back to proper alignment. We are committed to correcting your spine and working with you to bring health into all of your daily activities.

Osborne Family Chiropractic Wellness will advise you on:

  • maintaining proper neck posture
  • doing neck exercises
  • proper nutrition for overall spine health
  • how to avoid another neck injury

Chiropractors do not prescribe drugs and know that most neck pain can be cured without the use of them.  Taking the time to listen to each patient’s medical history and recommend proper courses of treatment make chiropractors the best choice in treating neck pain.  Understanding that the bones of the spine cause problems in all other parts of the body, chiropractors aim to treat the whole person and not just a single pain or symptom.

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