Neck Pain Treatment

Neck pain can be one of the most debilitating body problems. Not only it can cause pain and headaches but certain neck injuries can result in pain, numbness, tingling and muscle weakness down the arms. This may affect almost any aspect of your life from driving, lifting weight, being able to do office work to simply being able to have a good night’s sleep. Sometimes you might even wake up in the morning and realise you are not able to turn you neck without pain.


The common types of neck injuries include muscle sprains, spinal joint injuries, disc prolapses and nerve compressions. These injuries can be caused in a number of different ways… heavy lifting, falls, working in awkward positions or having an uncomfortable pillow are just a few of many ways a neck injury can start.


If your neck pain doesn’t settle within a couple of days or it is quite intense – it is a must that you seek help from a health professional such as physiotherapist. Often left untreated neck problem can escalate into something more serious and long-term.


At BodyFit Physio Pakuranga & Back Pain Clinic treating neck pain is one of our main areas of special interest and expertise. Very often there are predisposing factors that put you at a higher risk of getting neck trouble. At our clinic we not only treat your actual injury but also search for these predisposing factors to lower the risk of you getting the same problem again in the future.


On top of that our physiotherapists constantly undergo professional development courses with emphasis on effective treatment of neck and back pain.  We also review the latest medical research so we can give you the treatment that has been proven to work. Many of our patients get substantial relief after even one session.


That’s why we are able to offer you our guarantee: “We Will End Your Neck Pain Or Refer To Someone Who Can… Or It’s FREE”


Give us a call toll-free on 0800 110188 to book your consultation or FREE assessment today!

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