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A common cause of neck pain and radiating arm pain, Cervical Disk Spondylosis develops when one or more of the cushioning discs in the cervical spine (neck) starts to break down due to wear and tear.                                                   ...
Posted on 2019-10-01
A common cause of neck pain and radiating arm pain, Cervical Disk Spondylosis develops when one or more of the cushioning discs in the cervical spine (neck) starts to break down due to wear and tear.                                                   ...
Posted on 2019-09-27
Herniated cervical disc, more commonly called, “Ruptured Disc” is a condition when one of the vertebrae in the neck, called a cervical disc becomes damaged or ruptured, causing pain in the neck or between the shoulders. This week, we start an examination into cervical disc herniation, which compresses nerves of the neck, causing pain and other symptoms.   Stages of a Herniated Cervical Disc: There are four recognized stages of cervical disc herniation. These include: D...
Posted on 2019-09-03
         Last time, we discussed the symptoms of neck injury, addressed when to see a physician, and outlined how a physician diagnoses neck pain.          This week, we conclude our examination of neck pain with a discussion of treatment options, as well as prevention measures anyone can practice to avoid neck problems.   Treatment Options For cervical (neck) pain that occurs suddenly: Use a heating pad on...
Posted on 2019-08-06
       Last week, we began to explore the subject of cervical (neck) pain. We defined what, exactly makes up the neck, then went through an exhaustive list of causes for neck pain.        This week, we will discuss the symptoms of neck injury, address when to see a physician and outlining how a physician diagnoses neck pain.   Symptoms: The first symptoms of neck pain are usually a knot, stiffness, or severe pain in your neck. ...
Posted on 2019-07-30
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