We give patients with neck pain the tools they need for long-lasting pain relief.
Neck pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders in the United States, but over half of people with existing symptoms move through life without long-lasting pain relief.
You may have tried a combination of massage therapy, physical therapy, and medications to reduce neck pain, or attempted piecemeal lifestyle changes to address discomfort.
The best approach is a holistic one that considers the root cause of your pain.
At Georgia Upper Cervical Chiropractic, we use precise imaging tests to guide our physical exams and target our chiropractic adjustments. We also give our new patients the tools they need to reduce neck discomfort caused by daily habits.
Address the root causes of neck pain.
Symptoms of neck pain include a stiff neck, overall soreness in the neck and upper back, and muscle spasms in the neck muscles.
Acute and chronic neck pain can have a variety of root causes:
Persistent neck pain can significantly limit your range of motion and contribute to migraines and pain in other areas of the body, like back pain all way down to the lower back.
Treatment options for neck pain are often focused on pain medications as a quick fix for your discomfort. This type of treatment plan may help you get through the day, but it won’t help you achieve long-lasting pain relief as successfully as chiropractic treatment.
You don’t need to live with neck pain.
Chiropractic care and targeted spinal manipulation is a proven manual therapy for both chronic and acute neck pain.
How do chiropractors adjust your neck? Chiropractors adjust your neck by using precise movements and cervical manipulation to address misalignments in and around the neck.
The result of a chiropractor for neck pain is often immediate relief, but the purpose is more far-reaching.
At Georgia Upper Cervical Chiropractic, our expertise in the biomechanics of the upper cervical spine allows us to make neck adjustments that make sense for each individual patient. All of our methods are guided by imaging that prevents unnecessary adjustments.
We also work with patients on strategies to reduce fresh neck pain after these adjustments, as so many causes are linked to habits like poor neck posture.
This is patient-centered treatment at its best.
Don’t leave neck pain untreated. Improved neck pain is within reach.
Contact us today to set up an appointment!