Many people will experience neck pain due to many factors such as arthritis, disc dysfunctions and muscular tension. Cervicalgia, which refers to pain in the neck that does not spread to other areas, such as down the arms. This capacity to be flexible also makes the neck structure vulnerable to damage, particularly given that it is constantly under pressure from keeping the head upright.
Some Causes of Cervicalgia:
- Poor posture or lengthy periods with the neck at an awkward angle.
- Injuries that involve a sudden neck movement, such as whiplash from a car crash or an impact sport.
- Long-term stress that causes clenching of neck and shoulder musclesBone conditions, such as arthritis or osteoporosis.
- Diseases or conditions that affect the spine, such as spinal infections or meningitis.
Some of the things to consider when suffering cervicalgia:
- Passive Range of Motion
- Manual Therapy or Soft Tissue
- Therapeutic exercises
- Laser and Ultrasound
- Chiropratic Adjustment