Neck Pain or Pulled Muscle

2018-01-23T12:15:49+00:00 June 3rd, 2016|Head and Neck|

There is nothing as annoying as a stiff neck. That painful crick that makes itself known every time you try to turn your neck one way or the other. Sometimes it comes from sleeping in an uncomfortable way, or it can be for another unknown reason. All you know is that the pain is real, [...]

Common Causes of Neck Pain

2016-05-06T14:55:21+00:00 May 6th, 2016|Head and Neck|

Pain can be experienced anywhere in your body. Common complaints range from knee pain, to lower back pain, migraines and pulled muscles, to carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis. One of the top complaints people have is that they are experiencing neck pain. Luckily, pain management options in Phoenix are available to help you deal with [...]

Understand Neck Pain Causes, Treatments And Prevention

2015-12-04T20:25:21+00:00 December 4th, 2015|Head and Neck|

Besides back pain, neck pain is quite common in American adults. Neck pain is something that can happen to anyone at anytime. There are two main classifications of neck pain: acute pain and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Acute neck pain: These are caused by muscle sprains or injuries to soft muscle tissue due to whiplash, [...]

How Looking Down at your Smart Phone is Ruining your Spine

2015-02-19T07:31:46+00:00 February 19th, 2015|Back Pain, Head and Neck, Health & Wellness, Pain Management|

neck-pain-and-textingSmart phones may be smart, but they are weighing us down. Our heads are drooping to check our mobile devices, and we are paying the price with additional back pain. The angle we tilt our heads to read our phones and devices can put severe pressure on the back and neck. Discover how to avoid this unnecessary pressure and strain on the neck and back.

Three Easy Neck Stretches That Reduce Pain

2014-02-13T10:12:25+00:00 February 13th, 2014|Pain Management, Video|

Following these fast and simple neck stretches every day should increase mobility and decrease stiffness and pain. These stretches should take you less than 5 minutes a day! Remember to always check with your pain physician or chiropractor before starting a new workout or stretch regimen.