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Chiropractic Neck Pain Treatment in Scottsdale

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Neck Pain

The particular type of neck pain that a person suffers can depend on a variety of factors, including the location and source of the discomfort. There are several distinct types of neck pain and general discomfort.

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Neck pain can manifest in various forms, and the type of pain an individual experiences can differ based on factors such as the location and underlying cause. Common forms of neck discomfort and pain include:

  • Mechanical Neck Pain: Mechanical neck pain arises from abnormalities in the musculoskeletal structures of the neck, such as muscles, ligaments, and vertebrae.
  • Cervical Radiculopathy: Cervical radiculopathy occurs due to irritation or compression of a spinal nerve root in the cervical region. It is characterized by sharp, shooting pain that may radiate from the neck into the shoulders, arms, and hands.
  • Whiplash: Whiplash is a neck injury resulting from rapid back-and-forth movement of the neck, often caused by car accidents or sudden impact.
  • Neck Strain: Neck strain refers to discomfort that arises from overuse, strain, or injury to the neck muscles, leading to inflammation and soreness.
  • Neck Sprain: Neck sprain is an injury to the ligaments of the neck, often caused by sudden twisting or impact.

Neck Pain Comes In Many Different Forms

Neck Pain

Mechanical Neck Pain

This kind of neck pain is frequently brought on by issues with the neck's muscles, bones, or joints. It could be related to activities like bad posture, strenuous lifting, or protracted uncomfortable sitting. Our chiropractic staff frequently use manual techniques to treat musculoskeletal problems and enhance function, including spine manipulation, massage, and mobilization. To strengthen and stretch the muscles that support the neck, and to address any problems that may be causing pain, rehabilitation exercises may also be recommended.
Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical Radiculopathy

The cervical spinal nerves in the neck are irritated or compressed in cases of this form of neck discomfort. It's frequently characterized as a pain that shoots or radiates down the arms, starting in the neck. To treat neck problems that could be aggravating or compressing the cervical spinal nerves, our medical team may employ spinal manipulation and other manual techniques. In order to relieve strain on the nerves and increase mobility, they could also suggest stretches and exercises.


A quick movement of the head and neck, such as during a vehicle accident, can result in this kind of neck discomfort. It can harm the neck's muscles, ligaments, and bones in addition to causing muscular strains and sprains. Your chiropractor may suggest specific stretches and exercises in addition to manual therapy to relieve muscular strains and sprains and enhance performance. Your doctor may also advise utilizing cold and/or heat treatment as a means to manage your pain and lessen inflammation.
Neck Strain

Neck Strain

The muscles in the neck that are strained or overused are the source of this form of neck discomfort. It could be related to activities like strenuous lifting or protracted uncomfortable sitting. To treat neck problems including strained or overused muscles, we often employ methods like massage and trigger point targeting. Your doctor might also suggest stretches and workouts to aid with flexibility and ease tension in the muscles.
Neck Sprain

Neck Sprain

A strained or torn ligament in the neck is the source of this form of neck discomfort. It could be connected to events like a swift movement or collision. Chiropractors typically start with manual treatment techniques to mitigate neck problems and enhance function. This may include manipulation of the spine and mobilization tactics. In order to help you regain range of motion and lessen pain, you may also be instructed to do certain stretches and exercises. Your doctor may, in some circumstances, advise using cold or heat treatment to reduce any inflammation.


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15300 N 90th St #950
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