Chiropractic adjustments to the neck, upper back and shoulders is one of the most effective treatment options for both acute and chronic neck pain. Surprising to many, research shows that it can provide MORE pain relief than taking either over the counter pain medications like ibuprofen or even prescription muscle relaxers!
The best thing about chiropractic adjustments is that they are safe. In the hands of a trained professional and after a full examination to rule out any contraindications to care, the risk of dying from having your neck adjusted is less than the risk of taking over the counter ibuprofen as directed. And how many of you pop two pills of Advil without thinking twice about it?!?!
Chiropractic is also natural and drug-free. There’s no chance of getting addicted to painkillers and we get you moving quickly, managing your discomfort yourself with home exercises, which helps you gain long term results.
People who see a chiropractor are significantly less likely to have expensive x-rays or MRIs done, spinal injections or surgery — which helps keep costs low and you happy!
In this week’s video, I show a chiropractic adjustment treatment to the neck, upper back and shoulders to treat neck pain. It will give you an idea what might happen when you come in for care. Of course I have lots of techniques that I pick from based on your symptoms and medical history.
This video is the third in the series of four specifically on neck pain — so keep your eyes open next Saturday mornings for the last installment on healthy necks. Please forward these emails to anyone you know who is suffering with neck problems. You never know how it might change their life!
If you are ready to try natural, drug free chiropractic for your neck pain, schedule a new injury appointment with me so we can get you started. You can reserve your appointment 24/7 on our website today.
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