Neck Pain

Most Common Illness:

  • Cervical Strain or Sprain

The result of a stretch injury to the cervical spine’s muscular and ligamentous parts.

  • Cervical Radiculopathy

Occurs due to irritation of the cervical nerve roots.

  • Cervical Osteoarthritis (Cervical Spondylosis)

Caused by natural wear and tear on the bones, discs, and joints.

  • Tension Headaches

Occur when the muscles in the neck and scalp strain or contract.

  • Cervical Herniated Disc (Cervical Disc Herniation)

Occurs When the inner component of a disc in the neck ruptures through the outer wall of the disc.

  • Forward Head Posture (Tech Neck)

Refers to the position where your head and ears are in front of your body’s vertical midline.

  • Cervical Muscle Weakness or Imbalances

A postural dysfunction puts the neck out of the normal balanced alignment.

  • Post-Neck Surgery Rehabilitation

Aims to restore muscle strength, joint function, and mobility, while preventing complications.

  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome (Trigger Points)

Pressure on sensitive spots in your neck muscles (trigger points) creates discomfort in the muscles.

  • Cervicogenic Headaches

Recurring headaches often occur after neck movement.




  •   Neck Pain

Discomfort in any of the structures in the neck.

  •   Stiff Neck

When it’s hard to use or move the neck.

  •   Neck Tenderness

Painful knots might be developed that are sensitive to touch.

  •   Limited Range of Motion

The inability to move the neck/head within its normal range of motion.

  •   Neck Muscle Spasms

The sudden tightness and pain in your neck muscles

  •   Radiating Pain

Pain moves from the neck to the entire area around

  •   Headaches

The continuous head pain

  •   Numbness or Tingling

A dull pain felt on the side or back of the neck.

  •   Swelling or Lump

Swollen nodes that are painful to touch.

  • Weakness

When full effort does not lead to a typical muscular contraction or movement.

  • Dizziness or Imbalance

The sense that you or your surroundings are spinning or moving.

  • Difficulty Turning the Head

A condition that makes it hard or painful to turn your head.



Available treatment:

  • Pain Management
  • Cervical Traction:
  • Neuromuscular re-education 
  • Manual Therapy:
  • Stretching and Flexibility    Exercises
  • Strengthening Exercises
  • Posture Training
  • Body Mechanics Education:
  • Activity Modification
  • Functional Training
  • Modalities
  • Home Exercise Program
  • Education