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Neck Pain Clinic

Airrosti can fix the causes and symptoms of neck pain!

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How Airrosti Can Help Neck Pain: Diagnosis, treatment, and pain Relief

Accurate Diagnosis

We take the time needed for a thorough examination to find the underlying cause of your pain.

Targeted Manual Therapy

Airrosti Providers use hands-on manual therapy to treat neck pain symptoms to reduce pain, increase mobility, and accelerate healing.


No surgery, injections, or prescription medication.

Shorter Recovery Time

Patients have shorter recovery time with an average of 3.2 visits over 2 weeks.

Over 1.4+ Million
injuries treated!

Personalized Recovery Exercises

Speed your recovery and keep your pain from returning.

Over 1.4+ Million
injuries treated!

The Benefits of Airrosti

Follow along with Airrosti’s Breanne Kelley, DC, as she explains the common causes of neck pain, as well as identifying the signs and symptoms.

Listen as she describes traditional healthcare methods for neck pain, and how Airrosti approaches treatment differently. Discover how Airrosti can nix your neck pain in no time, either in-clinic or through Airrosti Remote Recovery!

Still have questions or concerns about your neck pain? Schedule a no-cost video chat with one of our Providers.

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What Is Neck Pain?

Your neck is made up of many components, such as ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Because the neck has an extensive range of motion, it is susceptible to many injuries and painful conditions. In addition, the neck’s ability to function properly is directly tied to many other muscle groups, like the shoulder, back, and chest.

Additionally, if neck pain is left untreated, it can become chronic. Chronic neck pain can present itself as pain, stiffness, and soreness in the neck, perhaps with decreased mobility, that lasts more than several weeks.

What are the causes and symptoms?

One of the most common causes of neck pain is injury to the soft tissues, including the neck muscles, tendons, and ligaments within these structures. Individuals who spend most of their day sitting at work, or doing sedentary activities, have a high-risk factor for developing this condition. The risk is increased especially high for those who sit in poor posture, with the head in a flexed forward position.

In addition to muscle strains and sprains, several other common neck pain causes, such as herniated discs, Osteoarthritis (developing from the wear and tear of cartilage and bones), as well as rheumatoid arthritis. In some cases, this condition may also be caused by an injury to the cervical spine, cervical disc degeneration disease, or other injuries that put pressure on the nerve roots.

Symptoms may include:

• Pain that’s often worsened by holding your head in one place for long period (such as when driving or working at a computer)

• Muscle tightness and spasms

• Decreased ability to move your head

• General soreness

• Numbness, tingling, or weakness

Tension headaches

Recurring neck pain can not only affect other parts of your body, but other aspects of your life. It can influence your sleeping habits, your ability to work, and even your mental wellbeing. People with severe chronic pain are more likely to have other areas of their life affected, such as social activities, and may spend excessive amounts of money seeking various treatments.

Rotator Cuff FAQS

Surgery is not always necessary for neck pain. In many cases, conservative treatments such as rest, physical therapy, Airrosti care, medication, and lifestyle modifications can effectively manage symptoms and improve neck function. Surgery may be considered if conservative treatments fail to provide relief, or if there is evidence of structural issues such as cervical disc herniation or spinal stenosis that require surgical intervention. It’s important to discuss all treatment options with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of action.

It’s generally safe to take medications for neck pain, but it’s important to use them as directed by your healthcare provider. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can help reduce inflammation and alleviate discomfort. Prescription medications such as muscle relaxants or corticosteroids may be recommended for more severe cases of neck pain. It’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new medication regimen, especially if you have underlying health conditions or are taking other medications.

Yes, there are several self-care techniques and exercises that can help alleviate neck pain. These may include gentle stretching exercises to improve flexibility, strengthening exercises to support the neck and shoulder muscles, and relaxation techniques such as deep breathing or meditation to reduce muscle tension and stress. Additionally, maintaining good posture, using ergonomic workstations, and avoiding activities that exacerbate symptoms can help prevent further injury to the neck.

While it’s important to avoid activities that exacerbate neck pain, completely restricting all activity may not be necessary. Modifying activities to reduce strain on the neck and incorporating rest breaks can help alleviate symptoms. Gentle exercises such as walking or swimming can be beneficial for improving circulation and promoting healing without putting excessive strain on the neck. However, if neck pain persists or worsens with activity, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional for proper evaluation and guidance on activity modification.

Patient Testimonials

If you’re experiencing Neck Pain, don’t wait.

We offer both in-clinic and telehealth appointments to best suit your needs.

Reviewed by Casey Crisp, Doctor of Chiropractic

Disclaimer: Always consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program. If you experience any numbness, tingling or reproduction of your symptoms, please contact your doctor.

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