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Posted on 03-14-2013

Neck pain is a very common condition.  It is said that three quarters of Americans have suffered from some sort of neck pain at some point in their lives. New research published in The Annals of Internal Medicine found that chiropractic care along with simple exercises were better for reducing pain than taking medications.

There are a lot of structures in your neck. Your bones are strapped together with ligaments; tendons attach your bones to muscles and your neck is full of muscles. You’ve also got millions of nerves all over the place. In short, your neck is a very busy place.

When the nerves in your neck become irritated, inflamed or “pinched” this not only can cause neck pain but also headaches, shoulder, elbow, arm, wrist and even finger pain. A subluxation occurs when a vertebrae is out of position. A subluxation creates pressure and irritation around the nerves. Spinal manipulation and spinal adjustments can fix the subluxation, relieve pain, increase movement, and allow the body to self-heal.

Spinal adjustments are an important part of the treatment program for chiropractic neck pain. This natural therapy simply involves Dr. Seaman using her hands to treat subluxations. Once Dr. Cynthia Seaman has helped to get your neck pain under control, she may suggest rehab or lifestyle changes to improve your range of motion, strengthen muscles around the spine, and prevent a painful setback.

If you want to get your neck pain under control click on seamanchiro.com to request an appointment of call 773-545-2233.

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