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Neck pain in any capacity is not fun..

Neck Pain Physical Therapy

Neck pain in any capacity is not fun, and in severe cases can be quite debilitating. There are a number of reasons one may develop neck pain in their life such as:



Neck pain can also be due to degeneration. The joints in your neck, known as the cervical vertebrae, gradually wear down as we age, causing osteoarthritis.  Certain diseases such as meningitis and cancer, can also cause neck pain. 


Whatever the cause is, physical therapy can often help reduce pain and treat various neck conditions. Physical therapists are musculoskeletal experts who can help improve your necks mobility and strength. After an evaluation an determining the exact cause of your neck pain, your therapists will create a tailored program to aid in the healing process. Physical therapists are trained in a variety of modalities that can be included in your treatment such as:

Sometimes ergonomic changes to your work environment will also need to be made and your physical therapist can help with this. This can help prevent further injury and make sure you stay pain free.


If you are experiencing neck pain, our team of therapists here at Reddy Care Physical and Occupational therapy can help.  We have considerable experience treating and assessing neck pain. With neck pain, its important to take action before it gets worse. To find out more about how we can help, give us call today and get started with a consultation!


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