Whether it’s stiffness from a poor night’s sleep or whiplash from a car injury, neck pain is never pleasant to deal with. Pain, headaches, and decreased mobility are just some of the issues you may experience that we have treatment for. At BETTER LIFE Family Chiropractic & Wellness, we use the latest chiropractic techniques to body pain, restoring your comfort and happiness.
What Could Cause Neck Pain?
Neck pain can develop as a result of a car accident, muscle strain, worn joints, or nerve compression. Certain diseases like rheumatoid arthritis can also be a cause. Poor posture is one of the most common ways of developing neck and back pain. Habits like smoking and tucking your phone between your ear and shoulder can also lead to pain.
Can Neck Pain Get Worse?
If your pain is a result of a car accident, it’s likely to persist or get worse. If the pain is a result of a disease or other issue, it’s important to get a diagnosis and treat the underlying issue. The pain can worsen over time depending on its cause. You should seek medical care if your neck pain:
- Gets worse in spite of self-care.
- Lasts for several weeks.
- Radiates down your arms or legs.
- Causes headache, numbness, or tingling sensations.
How Can Chiropractic Care Help?
Chiropractic care can help bring your neck and spine back into proper alignment. One of our popular treatment techniques involves the use of Activator Methods™. This gentle form of therapy can address neck and back pain in children and those who are sensitive.
Additionally, Dr. Chad can provide you with guidance on how to improve your posture and develop habits that will help your overall health. For example, incorporating certain stretches throughout your day can reduce the pain you experience and alleviate stiffness.
Chiropractic Treatments in Spokane, WA
Experience relief from pain today thanks to our chiropractic treatments. At our Spokane office, Dr. Chad relies on the latest in chiropractic medicine to give his patients the best treatment outcome. Schedule your appointment by filling out the form below or giving our office a call at (509) 464-0444.