Understanding and resolving chronic neck aches
Are your chronic neck aches causing you sleepless nights?
Chronic pain can take a toll on you physically and psychologically, making it difficult for you to carry out daily activities and causing unnecessary stress and anxiety. Neck aches are extremely common and can be caused by various reasons – ranging from poor posture while using mobile devices to a more severe underlying cause. It can affect your quality of life drastically and restraint you from doing the things you love.
Common causes of chronic neck aches
Do you have difficulty moving your neck from side to side? Constant throbbing headaches making it impossible to concentrate? These could all be attributed to neck injuries. Common causes of neck strains include:
- Sleeping in a poor position
- Sports related injuries
- Poor posture
Physiotherapy for neck pain
Here at Core Concepts, we aim to get you back to your full function of movement so that you can start doing the things you enjoy again with the people you love.
We emphasize on continuous training, holding at least 1 in-service a month to ensure our team of physiotherapists and trainers are kept up to date with the latest advancements and studies in the field. We aim not only to get you better, but to help you stay better as well, often digging deeper to find out the root cause of the problem instead of simply treating the superficial symptoms. Another point that sets us apart from others is also that we emphasize on using manual techniques combined with traditional exercise therapy to get you back to a better quality of life.
Seek treatment today
Many people choose not to actively seek for a solution to their neck problems as they think that it is temporary and will go away with time. In most cases, not addressing the root cause of the problem could lead to a worsening of the condition. Take charge of your recovery today – don’t let your aches prevent you from spending time with your friends and loved ones doing the activities that you love. Take the first step to contact us and schedule an assessment with our team of physiotherapists to find out the exact cause of your neck problems.