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7 Symptoms of Chronic Neck Pain

Neck Pain

Neck pain relief can be an extremely debilitating and prevents you from working or enjoying life. Neck pain can encompass a wide range of symptoms, including:

Most of the time, neck pain presents as a sharp and sudden pain that occurs whenever you twist or move your neck.  Neck pain may lessen as relax and return to a neutral position. In many cases, your neck will have a tightness that spread into the upper back, making it tender to the touch.  Neck pain can even result in forms of headaches.

Even poor workplace ergonomics can cause neck pain. Your body is not meant to be constantly hunched over a desk or staring a computer screen, which is why these postures can cause you pain. To avoid this, make sure your chair offers good support for your back, your feet are flat on the floor, and your arms can rest on the support of your chair. 

Without proper treatment, neck pain can become a chronic pain condition. Using x-rays and MRIs we can determine the cause of the neck pain and create a custom treatment plan for neck pain relief.  Schedule an appointment by caling 972-290-1507 so our Doctors can use a combination of medication, physical therapy, and injections to alleviate pain, restore function and optimize health.  

Neil Verma, MD Chief Medical Officer - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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