Neck Pain Treatment

Results focused non-invasive neck pain solutions to getting out of pain and living your best life!

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Neck Pain Treatment

Results focused non-invasive neck pain solutions to getting out of pain and living your best life!

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Neck Pain

It is not uncommon to experience neck pain. Poor posture can lead to neck strain. Whether it is hunching over a table or leaning over a computer. Neck pain is also commonly caused by osteoarthritis. It is rare for neck pain to be a symptom of a more serious condition.

Neck pain can manifest itself in the following ways:

  • Pain worsened by long periods of holding your head in one place, such as when driving or working at a computer
  • Headache
  • Spasms or muscle tightness
  • Reduced mobility of the head

Your neck is flexible and supports the weight of your head, so it can be vulnerable to injuries and conditions that cause pain and restrict motion. Neck pain causes include:

  • Muscle strains. Overuse, such as too many hours hunched over your computer or smartphone, often triggers muscle strains. Even minor things, such as reading in bed or gritting your teeth, can strain neck muscles.
  • Worn joints. Just like the other joints in your body, your neck joints tend to wear down with age. Osteoarthritis causes the cushions (cartilage) between your bones (vertebrae) to deteriorate. Your body then forms bone spurs that affect joint motion and cause pain.
  • Diseases. Certain diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, meningitis or cancer, can cause neck pain.
  • Nerve compression. Herniated disks or bone spurs in the vertebrae of your neck can press on the nerves branching out from the spinal cord.
  • Injuries. Rear-end auto collisions often result in whiplash injury, which occurs when the head is jerked backward and then forward, straining the soft tissues of the neck.
The most common cause of neck pain is poor posture combined with age-related wear and tear. There may be some simple adjustments that you can make in your daily routine that can help reduce neck pain, such as keeping your head centered over your spine. Other factors include:

  • Poor posture. Be sure your shoulders are straight over your hips and your ears are directly over your shoulders when standing or sitting.
  • Prolonged computer use. Put your computer monitor at eye level by adjusting your desk, chair, and computer. Your knees should be slightly lower than your hips. If your chair has armrests, use them.
  • Smoking. Smoking can put you at a higher risk of developing neck pain.
  • Heavy lifting. Keep heavy bags off your shoulders in order to reduce neck pain risks.
  • Incorrect sleeping position. Your head and neck should be aligned. Keep your neck supported by a small pillow. You can flatten your spinal muscles by lying on your back with pillows raised behind your thighs.
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Neck Pain Treatment

Acousana therapy is a highly effective, non-invasive approach to treating mild to severe neck pain. Our neck pain solution has success rates over 86%.

Acousana utilizes patented SoftWave® technology to stimulate your body’s natural healing response by increasing blood flow by up to 300%, quickly reducing inflammation and therefore, getting rid of the neck and shoulder pain associated with the condition.

Acousana therapy uses patented electrohydraulic SoftWaves® that are delivered through the skin using ultrasound gel to provide neck pain relief. The SoftWaves trigger a natural biological response which initiates a healing process by increasing blood flow and improving circulation.

The SoftWaves “fool” the body into thinking that “damage” has occurred, when in reality, no damage has taken place. This response initiates your body’s natural self-repair process by reducing inflammation and thereby eliminating pain.

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Forward and Backward Tilt

You can do this stiff neck remedy while seated or standing. Your movements should be smooth and slow.

  1. Your head should be in line with your shoulders, and your back should be straight.
  2. Bring your chin close to your chest for 15-30 seconds. Relax, and slowly raise your head.
  3. Lift your chin up toward the ceiling bringing the base of your head closer to your back and hold for 10 seconds.
  4. Return to the starting position.
  5. Repeat several times, every day.

Side Tilt

Your feet should be hip-width apart, and your arms should be at your sides as you perform these movements.

  1. Try to touch your right shoulder with your ear while you tilt your head towards it. Once you feel the stretch, stop. Avoid raising your shoulder.
  2. Remain in the stretch for five to ten seconds before returning to your starting position.
  3. Repeat on the left side. Complete several sets and work your way up to 10 repetitions.
  4. For an added stretch, you can gently apply pressure to the top of your head using the hand that your head is tilting toward.

Side Rotation

You can either sit or stand to do this.

  1. You should keep your head over your shoulders and your back straight.
  2. As you turn your head to the right, feel the muscles in your neck and shoulders stretch.
  3. Continue holding the stretch for 15-30 seconds, then flip your head back to the forward position.
  4. Do the same on your left side. Repeat 10 times.

Shoulder Roll

When performing this task, it is best to stand up.

  1. Straighten your shoulders and move them in a circle moving forward. Repeat six times.
  2. Return to the starting position, and make 6 circles going backwards.
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