Physical ache that arises in the neck and may radiate to shoulder, upper back and arm
Neck pain is the second most common problem relating to movable body parts and it affects about two-thirds of the population
Please consult a physio immediately if:
Neck pain usually shows up because of aging, postural and mechanical irregularities in people. However, there are some deeper issues like:
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Neck pain is very common in people of all ages because of the stress we put our bodies through.
Here are a few things you can do to prevent neck pain.
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Neck pain can be caused by injuries, poor posture, poor ergonomics, overuse of mobile devices (tech neck), or a combination of all of these. Slip and falls, auto accidents, and sports injuries can cause muscle strains, misaligned joints, or torn ligaments to the neck. Left unchecked, your mild, temporary pain may develop into chronic pain that worsens over time.
Neck pain is common. If not serious, the pain should go away within two to three days. However, if your neck pain continues for more than a week, it may be a sign you need to visit our team. You may have a health issue that is going untreated, and the only way to properly diagnose it is to visit our experienced professionals for an assessment.
There are a few things you can do to help prevent neck pain, including:
Practicing good posture. Make sure you’re sitting up straight and not hunching over your computer or phone screen.
Take breaks often if you work at a desk all day. Get up and walk around every 20 minutes or so to stretch your neck and shoulders.
Wearing comfortable shoes. High heels can cause tension in the neck and shoulders, so try to avoid them if possible.
Exercising regularly. This will help keep your muscles strong and flexible, which can reduce your risk of injury.
For many neck injuries having a numbness or tingling sensation is typical. Numbness usually extends through the neck, shoulders, arms, and even to the hands. Your neck may also feel stiff and sore and have a limited range of motion. Numbness and tingling are very common with disc injuries. It’s still important that our team gives you a proper assessment of your neck.