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Physiotherapy Treatment For Neck Pain

Physiotherapy Treatment For Neck Pain

Help with Neck Pain

Do you suffer from neck pain? If so, read on. Physiotherapy commonly helps many cases of neck pain and can offer effective neck pain treatment. On this page we’ll talk about common causes of neck pain and discuss how Physiotherapy may help your neck pain. Physiotherapists are trained health professionals to address neck pain problems. At Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta, we use of a variety of tools to assess, diagnose and identify possible sources of neck pain. We will work with you to recommend appropriate solutions to address your neck pain problems.

Alignment

If your spine is out of alignment, your body expends more energy to just keep you upright and balanced. Your neck pain may therefore be a warning that your spine is out of alignment. This may have serious consequences for your overall vitality and health. Your head should be in a neutral position directly on top of your shoulders, allowing your ears to directly lineup with the middle of your shoulders. Any variation from this normal posture may cause problems.

Common Causes of Neck Pain

So, what can cause neck pain? There are many causes of neck pain, some are more obvious than others, and as such it’s recommended you see a Physiotherapist for a comprehensive spine and posture check up. Neck pain may be caused by:

  • Poor posture
  • Forward head posture
  • ineffective office ergonomics (low computer screen, hunched posture)
  • Pport injury
  • Car accidents
  • Muscle tightness
  • Poor sleeping habits
  • Sudden movement or turning (which may indicate an underlying structural problem)

Neck Pain Treatment

 

Can Physiotherapy help with neck pain? In many cases, yes. A Physiotherapy treatment utilises is a precise procedures to the joints, usually by hand. As a result, there will be improved mobility of the spine and it will assist to restore normal range of motion and increase muscle movement. A series of treatment sessions can help mobilise the entire spine, allowing for improved ability to twist/turn more naturally and a reduction in pain, stiffness and soreness.

Contact Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta today to see a Physiotherapist!

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