Get to the Source of Your Chronic Pain
Chronic neck pain is considered to last for three or more months. Causes of neck pain can vary from physical activity (like a muscle strain), arthritis, infection or a fracture. Even common, everyday activities like using a computer or sleeping position can trigger chronic neck pain. Our team of orthopedic experts will help identify the source of your chronic neck pain and provide a personalized care plan to relieve your pain.
Neck Injuries and Pain
- Herniated Disc
- Neck Injuries
- Neck Arthritis
- Pinched Nerve
- Sprains & Strains
- Tingling or numbness in arms or hands
- Decreased or limited range of motion
How is Neck Pain Treated?
- Non-surgical treatment options include: taking over-the-counter pain relievers, icing the area, increasing gentle stretches or activity, massage therapy or adjusting to your everyday routine.
- Severe chronic neck pain may require surgery to fully restore your neck’s function.