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Neck Pain

The neck is the spinal structure that supports the head. It is the least protected structure compared to the rest of the spine. Due to its anatomical structure, the neck is highly vulnerable to injury and from conditions that produce pain and restriction of motion.


  • Pain in turning your head, looking up or looking down.
  • Limited range of motion of the neck.
  • Stiffness of the neck and shoulder muscles.


  • Postural strain
  • Severe blow or fall.
  • Car accident
  • Heavy lifting.
  • Sleeping without good neck support/sleeping on your stomach
  • Turning over while you are asleep. Then waking up with a “stiff neck.”
  • Degenerated/ ruptured cervical disc.
  • Nerve dysfunction.
  • Osteoporosis, tumors.
  • Spondylosis (hardening and stiffening of the spinal column).
  • Congenital problem.
  • Biomechanical causes
  • Muscle strain
  • Worn-out cervical joints.

Physiotherapy provides several benefits in relieving neck pain.

  • It can help maintain the strength of the neck muscles
  • It also helps improve the flexibility of the neck muscles
  • It help improve the circulation and range of motion of the neck

Physiotherapy involves a variety of approaches in managing neck pain:

  • Massage
  • Manipulation
  • Hot or cold compresses
  • Ultrasound and electrical stimulation
  • Neck exercises
  • Stretching exercises
  • Joint mobilization.
  • Correction of poor posture
  • Pacing technique
  • Trunk segmental mobilization
  • Strengthening of the deep flexor muscles of the cervical spine.

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