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Neck Pain

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People often report a recent onset of neck pain following an injury such as a bump in the car, a fall from a bike or a sports injury.

 

Many people simply wake up with neck pain.

 

Neck pain can take many years to manifest and can even be simply due to poor posture at work.

 

At betterNOW! healthcare your osteopath aims to quickly detect the root cause of your neck pain and to start treatment towards your recovery as soon as possible.

 

Osteopathic treatment for people with neck pain may include :

 

a) Soft tissue techniques (highly-skilled, specific massage techniques)

 

b) Mobilisation techniques (specific, gentle movements of your neck aimed at increasing your spinal mobility)

 

c) Adjustment / manipulation of your neck (movements of your spine at specific levels aimed at "unlocking" joints in your neck that have become "locked". Often involves a characteristic "clicking" sound).

 

So why put up with neck pain any longer?

 

Why not give betterNOW! healthcare a call today on : 01223 832 808.

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