Neck Pain Physical Therapy

Neck pain: Physical therapy or chiropractor?

March 4th, 2020

Every year more than 30% of people experience neck pain, according to the Mayo Clinic. Pain in this area can come from a whiplash injury you received in a car accident. It could also be related to a recently developed sports injury, or you might have a posture problem that’s causing your pain.  There are…

Minimizing the Long-Term Effects of Whiplash

Minimizing the long-term effects of whiplash with physical therapy

February 5th, 2020

Whiplash is a common term for the severe forward-and-back motion the neck undergoes when it is subjected to high-impact forces, such as those occurring in a car accident. While whiplash can result in immediate pain, for many, the onset of symptoms can be delayed for days or even weeks. What’s more, the long-term effects of…

Neck Pain at the Base of Your Skull

What should you do about neck pain at the base of your skull?

December 3rd, 2019

Neck pain can develop for a number of different reasons and, although the area is relatively small, in a number of different locations. While many people experience neck pain in the middle and lower part of the cervical (upper) spinal region, some report the pain and other symptoms as originating near the base of the…