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Lynnwood, WA 98087
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Neck Pain Treatment in Lynnwood

Dr. Belinda Eddy and Dr. Ewen Macaulay DC

Neck Pain Specialist

Neck pain can be the result of a sudden traumatic injury, such as a car accident, or a blow to the head. In addition, it could also be caused by chronic strain from activities like a long-term computer or cell phone use or poor posture. An awkward sleeping position might also lead to neck pain.

Treating neck pain depends on the underlying cause. Conventional treatments may involve physical therapy to strengthen muscles and improve posture, medications to reduce inflammation or pain, and in some cases, surgery.

Chiropractic care is a useful alternative treatment for neck pain that can be used in conjunction with other treatments. Chiropractors use hands-on techniques such as spinal manipulation and soft tissue therapy to help relieve tension and improve mobility in the area. Chiropractic neck adjustment is often used to relax muscles, improve the range of motion and reduce pain.

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Symptoms of neck pain

  • Neck pain and stiffness.
  • Decreased range of motion. 
  • Headaches. 
  • Tenderness in the shoulders, upper back and arms. 
  • Fatigue. 
  • Tingling or numbness in the arms. 
  • Dizziness.
The tissues in the neck that can cause pain include bone intervertebral disc‘s facet joint spinal cord nerve roots tendons and ligaments muscles forceful injuries can cause overstretching and tearing of tissues. 

Long term problems due to ignoring neck pain

Many people let spinal problems go uncorrected in Lynnwood, The biggest risk in ignoring neck pain is an accelerated degenerative arthritis to the affected spinal levels. Since neck pain is commonly associated with stiffness and decreased ranges of motion, there is less blood supply to the affected joints causing accelerated disc degeneration (osteoarthritis).

Temporary Pain Relief For Neck Pain

It is best to use ice following an acute neck injury, After 72 hours we recommend heat or alternating heat and ice,. Movement often reduces symptoms of neck pain. We recommend letting pain be your guide for how much movement.

Does medical insurance cover neck pain treatment

Many insurance companies cover the diagnosis and treatment of neck pain, sparing our patients from having to pay significant out-of-pocket expenses.

Chiropractic treatment for neck pain

At our Lynnwood chiropractic clinic, our chiropractors are highly trained to work with the spine and musculoskeletal system, allowing them to accurately diagnose the cause of your neck pain. Chiropractic care is an effective form of treatment that can be used on its own or in combination with other therapies like physical therapy, acupuncture, or medications.

Our Chiropractors utilize different methods to manipulate the spine and reduce muscle tension. This helps with inflammation, pain, and mobility. Chiropractors can also use massage, heat or cold therapy, ultrasound or electrical stimulation among other techniques. At Vital Chiropractic Center, we also offer lifestyle advice to help patients prevent future neck pain through things such as corrective posture exercises and nutritional counseling.

The goal of these therapies is the restore function with an emphasis on improving strength, flexibility, and endurance. Pain should be treated early and intensively.

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Do not ignore your Neck Pain, it can become worse overtime. It’s important to consult with the doctor and understand the root cause of Neck Pain.

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