360° Approach To Wellness

Neck Pain Relief

Do you suffer from chronic neck pain and are tired of letting it make you miserable? Neck pain is a common issue that can be the result of numerous underlying causes. If you are suffering from neck pain that has just started, it's likely due to an injury.

Chronic Pain or Neck Injury

While many injuries will heal on their own in time, it's still best to have a medical professional guide you through the healing process to ensure that everything
is going according to plan. Neck pain can also be a chronic condition caused by improperly aligned vertebrae, compressed nerves, or degenerative discs in your neck.

How We're Different

If you are suffering from neck pain and go to a doctor, they'll probably prescribe you pain medication, recommend some physical therapy, and investigate whether surgery may end up being needed to treat your condition. This approach will probably get you some relief, which is great. What isn't great is that this approach won't cure you, it will simply manage the symptoms that were making you miserable. It's unfortunate, but this is the way that most patients are treated today.

Doctors are trained to prescribe pain medication, rest, physical therapy, and in severe cases invasive surgery to try to correct the problem. This approach to treatment can lead to addiction to pain medication, or surgical complications such as infection, worsening of your neck pain, or an adverse reaction to anesthesia.
If you want a different approach, a more natural one that focuses on actually curing you, then we hope you'll contact us today. You don't have to live with chronic neck pain, and you don't have to resort to taking pain medication for having surgery to fix it.

Our natural 360°approach to wellness combines modern medical knowledge, with proven chiropractic techniques to help realign the vertebrae in your neck. It might be hard to believe, but even a slight misalignment can have a huge impact on you. A slight misalignment throws everything else off, which can trigger additional symptoms.