Injury & Neck Pain Treatment

Modern day lifestyles could cause neck pain as a result of prolonged sitting, driving or lack of movement.

Neck Pain Treatment

Modern day lifestyles could cause neck pain as a result of prolonged sitting, driving or lack of movement. Long periods of sitting can lead to a weakened posture and neck hyperextension, this could result in neck pain, stiffness and lack of movement. When assessing and treating someone with neck pain we also consider the effect their lifestyle may have on their posture and biomechanics.  

Symptoms experienced can range from

Symptoms experienced can range from

  • Neck Pain
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Tingling and Pins & Needles
  • Lose of Strength / Grip
  • Fatigue
  • Arm & Shoulder Pain
Some examples of activities that can lead to neck pain
  • Posture
  • Sport
  • Manual Labour
  • Whiplash
  • Trauma

Getting You Back in The Game

Neck Pain

Symptoms:

Pain or stiffness in the neck

Pain during certain movements, looking down, up or side to side

May or May not have abnormal sensations radiating into arm

Treatment and rehabilitation options:

The aims of the treatments are to improve mobility and decrease pain using a variety of methods including soft tissue massage, joint mobilisations and acupuncture. Rehabilitation exercises aim to continue the benefits of treatment after the treatment session, this may include soft tissue release and mobility exercises.

Who can treat this injury:

  • Physiotherapists
  • Sports therapist
  • Pilates
  • Soft Tissue Therapist

Nerve Injuries

Symptoms:

Pain in the neck, with radiating symptoms into the arm or hand

Pain is aggravated with certain neck movements, for example looking down, up or side to side.

Weakened grip in the affected hand

Treatment and rehabilitation options:

Treatments used to treat this injury include soft tissue massage, joint mobilisations and acupuncture to decrease pain and improve mobility. Rehabilitation exercises aim to improve mobility, soft tissue flexibility and nerve movement.

Who can treat this injury:

  • Physiotherapists
  • Sports therapist
  • Pilates

Whiplash

Symptoms:

Occurs after an incident including a back and forward motion

Stiffness and pain in the neck

Headaches

Treatment and rehabilitation options:

A variety of treatments can be used to treat this injury including soft tissue massage, joint mobilisations and myofascial cupping with the aim of improving mobility and decreasing pain.

Who can treat this injury:

  • Physiotherapists
  • Sports therapist
  • Soft Tissue Therapist
  • Pilates

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