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Posted on 06-13-2017
If you have chronic or acute neck pain, you may have questions about your treatment options. Our chiropractors at Gateway Family Chiropractic can evaluate your neck, explain the findings and answer all of your neck pain questions.
Neck pain can occur from an injury or a condition, such as a strain or sprain, whiplash, herniated disc in the neck or upper back and degenerative disk disease. You may also experience neck pain if you have poor posture or if you stare at digital devices, like cell phones, computers, and tablets for several hours each day.
Neck injuries respond well to several chiropractic neck pain treatment options, including chiropractic adjustments, cupping and massage therapy. These treatments can help heal neck pain that is associated with a sports injury, car accident injury or repetitive motion injury, and they can be combined to create a completely individualized treatment program that addresses all of your short and long-term health and wellness goals.
If your neck pain is due to text neck, a posture screening combined with chiropractic adjustments and massage therapy may prove beneficial. We can also recommend ergonomic solutions that can help prevent the condition in the future.
Chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy and cupping can help you find neck pain relief. The exact length of time depends on the severity of your injury, but you may notice some benefits shortly after your first treatment session.
To schedule an appointment with our chiropractors at Gateway Family Chiropractic, call us at 970-669-7620. Your chiropractors in Loveland, CO are currently offering initial consultations and exams along with a massage for $40 to all new patients.
How has chiropractic care helped with your neck pain?
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