When you think of neck pain, you probably associate it with bad sleep, whiplash, or even stress, but there is a myriad of reasons why your neck may be killing you. And with these myriads of reasons comes a comprehensive list of ways you can treat it. But before you can receive the proper treatment for your neck pain, it’s important that you and your doctor try and get a better understanding of what may be causing your neck pain in order to figure out the best treatment plan for you.
Common Causes of Neck Pain
Some common causes of neck pain include poor sleeping positions and habits, stress and anxiety, whiplash, a mild form of which can be caused by simply slamming on the brakes too hard, sprains, and stretching improperly. This neck pain can last for a few days but can often clear up on its own when corrected, such as investing in a better pillow and stretching with more care to your form. Alleviating stress in your everyday life can also alleviate the neck pain caused by it.
However, sometimes these issues require treatments such as chiropractic care to be cured. Other times, the causes of your neck pain are a bit more complicated and require more than just a lifestyle change to cure.
Rare Causes of Neck Pain
In some cases, there may be some other underlying issue that is causing your neck pain. While these can be rare, they’re important to know about. These include:
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At Southwest Chiropractic, we’re dedicated to helping people feel their best through comprehensive chiropractic care. If you’re suffering from neck pain, back pain, or conditions like scoliosis or fibromyalgia, we can help you find the best treatment options for your pain so you can get back to feeling better and focusing on the important things in life. Don’t wait. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment. We look forward to helping you!
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