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Neck Pain from Work Injury

conditionsAre you suffering from a neck injury related to a work injury? Seeking neck pain relief? Want to learn more about what kind of non-surgical, non-invasive neck pain treatments are available? Curious as to how chiropractic care and treatment can help alleviate your chronic, sometimes debilitating pain caused by a neck injury?

The Chiropractic doctors in our Delaware offices can help you begin the process of healing your neck injury and regaining a full range of motion. The experienced, knowledgeable chiropractic doctors in our Bear, Wilmington and Dover offices can help ease your pain and discomfort. We offer the best in chiropractic care for neck pain associated with work injury.

Neck Pain Causes & Symptoms

Neck pain is typically caused by muscle stress, strain and tension. It is usually the result of of sitting at a desk all day, staring a computer screen for hours everyday, having a job that requires excessively long, frequent drives or simply turning the neck abruptly. Work accidents and falls can also result in neck pain.

The symptoms and pain levels related to neck pain and injury vary from patient to patient. That is why our chiropractic doctors make sure that the treatments they prescribe and provide are tailored to meet each patient’s specific needs.

Common Neck Pain Related Symptoms:

  • Centralized Neck Pain & Stiffness
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Pain & Soreness In Shoulders
  • Tingling Sensations In The Arms

Common Neck Pain Treatments:

  • Spinal Manipulation
  • Muscle Relaxation & Stimulation
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Chiropractic Exercises

When combined, these highly effective chiropractic treatments will help improve your mobility and range of motion. They will also relieve soreness and decrease inflammation. With continued chiropractic care, nerve damage can be repaired and spinal misalignment can be adjusted.

3 Questions To Ask Yourself About Your Neck Injury:

  1. Has it caused bothersome and persistent pain for more than a week?
  2. Does your injury induced neck pain make it difficult to get comfortable enough to fall asleep and stay asleep?
  3. Are you experiencing tingling sensations or numbness in your shoulder, arm, wrist or hand?

If you answered, “Yes”, to one or all of these questions, it might be time to seek treatment and care.

Ready To Start Healing?

Contact one of our Delaware chiropractic offices today to set up an appointment or inquire about our services and to learn how chiropractic doctors can help treat your neck injury and ease your pain.