Neck Pain

Neck Pain Conditions Treated

Sometimes neck pain is an indicator of a more severe problem. Perhaps you were recently in a motor vehicle accident or have an industrial injury that resulted in neck pain and trauma. Pain may also be an indication of arthritis or a degenerative disease. Or you maybe recovering from surgery. Here is a list of conditions that benefit from a comprehensive physical therapy plan:

A bulging disk is one of the most common causes of back pain.
Degenerative Disk Disease occurs when the cushioning in your spine begins to wear away.
Facet Arthropathy is both a form of arthritis and a degenerative…
A spinal compression fracture can happen to anyone.
With a herniated disk, the outer cartilage of the spinal disk has a hole or tear.
Muscle strain and sprains are the most common cause of lower back pain.
You are not alone if you have just been told that you…
The sciatic nerve travels from the lower back through the hips,…
Scoliosis affects six to nine million Americans.
Spinal Stenosis, also called spinal narrowing…
Chronic wear and tear on your spine often lead to Spondylosis.
Spondylolisthesis is the slippage of the spine vertebra into the bone or vertebra below.
Spondylitis is inflammatory arthritis affecting both the spine and large joints

Physical Therapy Solutions for Neck Pain

If you suffer from neck pain, you are not alone. Over 30% of Americans will suffer from neck pain this year. Of those with neck pain, 20-70% will experience neck pain that interferes with daily activity. And the number of those diagnosed with neck pain is rising. Why?

Americans have changed their lifestyle. Many spend a large percentage of their day looking down at their smartphone. While at work, they sit at non-ergonomic desks with poor posture habits. The Work From Home (WFH) trend only escalated the problem. How many of us work while sitting on the sofa or at the dining room table?

There are physical therapy solutions for neck pain.

The Therapy Network Treats Neck Pain AND Conditions

Physical therapy aims to treat today’s pain and all of the symptoms of a condition. In addition to neck pain, you may be experiencing mobility issues, headaches, and inflammation. The condition may impact your ability to perform your job or spend time with family and friends. PT treats your condition today and educates you for tomorrow.

Treatment depends on the condition, but you can expect a comprehensive, custom plan to include the following:

  • Strengthening and range of motion exercises
  • Stretching for flexibility
  • Manual Therapy
  • Posture and ergonomics education
  • Exercise to increase blood flow and decrease inflammation
  • An at-home plan to continue therapy

Appointments Are Available Today in Coastal Virginia

If you live in Hampton, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, or Chesapeake, Virginia, there is a Therapy Network office near your neighborhood. We have six offices to serve our patients.

The Therapy Network has physical therapy solutions for neck pain. Appointments are available today.


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