The Cervical region, home to the seven vertebrae, C1-C7, compose the neck.  The neck plays a vital role in supporting the full weight of your head and houses the nerves which branch into your shoulders, arms and hands. While your cervical spine can move in just about every direction, it’s that flexibility that suspects the neck to pain and injury.

What is neck pain?

Neck pain refers to discomfort or pain in the cervical region of the spine. The main causes consist of muscle strain or tension, trauma or injury, degenerative conditions, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, pinched nerves, and infections or inflammation. Neck pain can be acute, lasting for a short period, or chronic, persisting for an extended duration.

What are some symptoms of neck pain?

– Pain and discomfort in the neck, often described as aching, stabbing, or burning.

– Stiffness and reduced range of motion, making it difficult to turn the head or tilt it backward or forward.

– Headaches, particularly radiating from the neck to the back of the head or temples.

– Numbness, tingling, or weakness in the arms or hands.

– Pain that may worsen with certain movements or activities.

Understanding the causes and appropriate treatment options for neck pain is crucial to effectively manage and alleviate discomfort, restore functionality, and improve the overall quality of life. Individuals experiencing persistent or severe neck pain should seek medical evaluation and guidance for proper diagnosis and treatment.


– Physical Therapy

– Massage Therapy

– Chiropractic Care

– Trigger Point Injections