Chiropractic care is often utilized as a conservative and non-invasive approach to relieve neck pain. Chiropractors focus on the alignment of the spine and musculoskeletal system, particularly the cervical spine in the case of neck pain. Through manual techniques such as adjustments, mobilizations, and soft tissue therapies, chiropractors aim to reduce joint restrictions, improve mobility, and alleviate muscle tension in the neck region.

By restoring proper alignment and function to the spine, chiropractic care can help to reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and relieve pressure on the nerves, which can in turn lead to decreased neck pain and improved range of motion. Additionally, chiropractors commonly provide patients with exercises, ergonomic advice, and lifestyle recommendations to support long-term neck health and prevent future episodes of pain.PDTR helps alleviate neck pain by targeting specific dysfunctional proprioceptive reflexes in the body, such as abnormal muscle firing patterns or altered sensory feedback.

Can PDTR help?

Through manual muscle testing and targeted interventions, PDTR works to reset these reflexes and normalize neurological signaling related to posture, movement, and muscle coordination in the neck. By restoring proper proprioceptive input and neuromuscular control, PDTR can effectively reduce neck pain by addressing the root neurological issues contributing to the discomfort.

What about releasing tight muscles?

  • ART helps alleviate neck pain by releasing specific muscle spasm
  • Rocktape offers a micro-decompression of the fascial layers to reinforce changes made to the muscles. 
  • Postural exercises and ergonomic changes, as well as modifying your pillow and sleeping position can all play a major role in alleviating neck pain. 

What about NET?

NET addresses the effects of stress physiology on your body. We store emotion in our connective tissues, which in turn activate the muscles of the neck. The neck and shoulders are an area we all feel stress when we’re upset or worried, and addressing the underlying emotion and issue can have a profound effect on how and where we carry tension and pain.