Request Appointment
Home / Blog / When Turning Your Head Becomes a Pain in the Neck
Author: Optimum Health Rehab

It is estimated that approximately 70 percent of people are affected with some form of neck pain at some time in their lives; five to ten percent suffer a pain in the neck that is debilitating.
Treating Neckpain
Relating to those with “nonspecific” discomfort – pain not associated with injury, disorder, or tissue degeneration – a recent study in the journal Spine, researchers examined 40 adults with no prior neck injuries or treatment, to study the structural composition of the neck and its relation to pain. Volunteers were tested for neck-muscle endurance, range of motion, and extension, and questioned about their history of recurrent pain or discomfort.

More than 35% of the study participants reported experiencing pain/discomfort weekly or more frequently, with a duration of symptoms lasting 30 minutes to 48 hours per occurrence. In these participants, neck muscle endurance, extension, and range of motion were significantly reduced compared to the remaining 26 subjects – those without reported pain in the neck.

In simple terms, we can understand that physical limitation involving neck movement – like turning your head – and endurance may be early signs. Before any of that happens, make an appointment with an expert in preventing and managing musculoskeletal pain and associated limitations – a Doctor of Chiropractic.

Learn More About Chiropractic and Its Benefits

Optimum Health offers an integrated approach to healing combining ChiropracticPhysical RehabMassage Therapy, and Medical services in which our patients receive better results. Take the next step and stop your neck pain click here for a complimentary consultation.

Call us at 877-704-1761 or fill this form to schedule a complimentary consultation at one of our convenient locations in , BufordCummingGraysonHamilton MillHiramSuwanee, or Woodstock.

Pain Management, Chiropractic