top of page

Dealing with
neck PAIN

In recent years neck pain has become more prevalent among the public for a very different reason than before. In earlier years people experienced neck pain due to manual labour and lifting wrongly. Nowadays neck pain appears to be a result of sitting at computer screens with heads flexed forwards. This action when repetitively performed can begin to cause permanent changes in the cervical spine, i.e. the neck. Joints in the neck are at their weakest when flexed forward therefore continuously doing this action allows muscles in the neck to become tight and weak, and can cause, "locking", of the joints.

Perfect head posture is achieved when our earlobe and shoulder are directly in line creating a mild curve in our neck. We should focus on ideal head posture when driving, sitting, standing and sleeping. Although this may sound like a task, when we put these good habits into action they become second nature to us in the long term.

Did you KNow?

Neck Pain can be extremely debilitating. Along with Back Pain, this is one of the most common conditions treated by a Chiropractor.

Signs & Symptoms


Tightness in the shoulders

Sciatic Pain / Leg Pain

Pains into the back of the head

Headaches into the forehead and behind the eyes

Tingling and pins & needles in the arms and hands

"Dead or heavy", feeling in the arms

How does Chiropractic Help?

Chiropractic care for the cervical spine increases range of motion, decreases pain and stiffness and improves cervical spine posture. While a lot of people fear chiropractic adjustments of the neck, studies have been performed to show that chiropractic care for the cervical spine is safe and effective.

A qualified chiropractic doctor has the ability to rule out if manual manipulation for the neck is unsafe, and in this case other techniques can be used to achieve the same results as a chiropractic adjustment.

bottom of page