Neck pain, in its mildest form, can simply be considered an annoyance, but for those with more severe cases, it can cause significant interruptions to daily routines, making something as simple as brushing your teeth or driving a car an almost impossible task. While to some Minneapolis residents neck pain may be considered a minor issue, it can actually be a sign of much more complicated problems with the spine.
What causes neck pain, and why is neck pain such a big deal? Just like any pain in our body, pain is our body’s way of telling us something is wrong. If neck pain is a result of tense muscles, then massage therapy, heat or ice packs, and time will most likely make the pain go away. But if neck pain is a result of a spinal misalignment caused by accident, poor postural habits, a fall, or sudden movement, then it must be addressed by a chiropractor before it leads to complications.
Dr. Rob Privratsky, founder and chief chiropractor at Minneapolis Chiropractic can help diminish, or in some cases eliminate neck pain through a therapeutic, holistic, and non-surgical approach. He uses a variety of chiropractic techniques, including traction, spinal decompression, chiropractic adjustments, and neck exercises to address misalignments, and in doing so, reduce nerve pressure that is causing neck pain.
Dr. Rob Privratsky is a highly trained Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) chiropractor — which is the most advanced and calculated chiropractic protocol in the world. Dr. Rob’s approach to back pain relief is a methodical and calculated approach that is meant to realign the spine back to its normal state. This technique further strengthens the neck and spine to help prevent future misalignments.
Neck pain sufferers in Minneapolis should seriously consider Chiropractic BioPhysics as an alternative to medication or other types of treatment. While neck pain may not seem to be a big issue, Dr. Rob encourages a chiropractic visit as any untreated spinal misalignments can become worse with time, resulting in nerve flow interference to other parts of the body, resulting in significant discomfort, pain, and even organ dysfunction.
Contact us today to make an appointment and get started on the road to recovery.