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Even if it isn’t really stopping you from doing the things that you want, it’s still annoying and uncomfortable. Or maybe it is affecting you in more ways than you think! Does the pain increase when you lean forwards to pick things up off the floor? Does your neck click of grab when you turn your head, changing lanes in traffic? Do your muscles tighten, causing pain to radiate up into your skull, creating a headache Or are you finding it uncomfortable being able to find a comfortable position to sleep? With the pain turning your head side-to-side, you can’t really find a comfortable place at all.
If you have the most common type of pain turning your head, it probably feels like there’s this knot in your lower neck or upper back that is causes pain between your shoulder blades. And it is this pulling that is restricting your ability to turn your head without pain … and if you could just get it to release everything would feel great again!
If you’ve tried stretching, massaging, exercising or other forms of therapy but the pain turning your head is still there, it could be a sign of a different, more involved problem. Something that is vitally important for your wellbeing and that significant impacts your quality of life. It’s where your neck affects your nervous system at the base of your head. So if you want to be as healthy as possible, and if you’re looking for a natural solution to help with the pain turning your head, a unique approach called upper cervical care may be able to help you called upper cervical care.
How is it affecting your ability to work? Your ability to concentrate? Your ability to feel normal around your family and friends? Or even your ability to sleep? Have you had all your CTs and MRIs come back as normal? Or have you been told that “it’s just soft tissue damage?” Have you googled “whiplash specialist near me,” but still not found the solution you’re looking for?
When it comes to whiplash and neck pain, just because you don’t have any broken bones - and even if there isn’t any blood - it doesn’t mean that everything is “normal.” Yes, the symptoms of a whiplash injury do take time to resolve. However, if you feel like you’ve run into a brick wall and not making further progress, it could be because there is something else wrong with your neck that is holding you back.
So let me ask you: since the injury, have you had any specific treatment for your neck? And not simply exercises, stretches, massage or manipulation. Have you had your neck examined by an upper cervical chiropractor who focuses specifically on the relationship between the bones in your neck and your nervous system?
If you haven’t - and if you are serious about finding a for natural, non-invasive solution to help with your recovery - keep reading please. We may be able to help you.
Even if it isn’t stopping you from doing anything, is it making it really unpleasant doing anything where you need to use your neck or your arms? Doing computer work? Chores? Driving?
Have you already been to your GP, physiotherapist, chiropractor, massage therapist and acupuncturist but haven’t found any of that to work for more than a few days? Sure, you could always take anti-inflammatories, but is that what you really want? Or would you prefer a natural solution for your neck and shoulder pain that addresses the cause and not just the symptoms?If so, upper cervical may be the solution you are looking for your neck and shoulder pain!
“Your problem is tight muscles.” You’ve probably heard that one before! But let me ask you to consider this question: “Why are your muscles tight in the first place?” Muscles don’t just contract on their own. And before you blame it on poor posture, that doesn’t create tight muscles either. It’s actually the other way around! But the question remains: “What are your muscles tight in the first place? And why are they causing your neck and shoulder pain?” It’s because your brain is commanding your muscles to be tight. Every sensation, movement , thought and emotion in your body starts with your central nervous system: i.e., brain and spinal cord.
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