Estimates reveal that between 30% and 50% of adults experience neck pain at least once each year. [Read more…] about Stiff Neck Remedies You Can Do At Home (7 Ways)
Neck And Shoulder Pain Relief
Common Neck and Shoulder Pain Relief stretches and exercises.
Cervical spinal stenosis is a condition that most often occurs in individuals over the age of 50 that can result in debilitating symptoms if not treated properly.
In this article we’ll outline the details of cervical spinal stenosis and provide you with some tips to treat your cervical spinal stenosis symptoms from the comfort of your own home. [Read more…] about Cervical Spinal Stenosis Exercises (Plus Symptoms & Causes)
Shoulder impingement syndrome (aka Subacromial Impingement Syndrome) is one of the most common causes of shoulder pain resulting in loss of range of motion and function. Those who have shoulder impingement usually complain of pain exacerbated by lying on the painful shoulder and/or when reaching the arm overhead.
Normal daily activities such as combing one’s hair, showering, or reaching up into a cupboard can become painful. A general loss of strength may be noted as well. [Read more…] about How To Fix Shoulder Impingement with Exercises
If you find yourself trying to crack your own back or neck because of tightness or stiffness, you’re not alone; I find that many of my patients report doing this from time to time.
The question is – is it bad to crack your own back and neck? Well, the answer is ambiguous…. sometimes it’s ok, and other times it’s not. While this sounds like a confusing answer, it won’t be as you read through this article. [Read more…] about Is it bad to crack your own back or neck?
Neck pain is an increasing problem, especially in areas where workers tend to be more sedentary.
Somewhere between 22% and 70% of the American population will experience neck pain at some point in their lives. A small percentage of those suffering from neck pain is caused from a pinched nerve in the neck.. [Read more…] about How to Fix a Pinched Nerve in The Neck (Cervical Radiculopathy)