Neck Pain is a very common complaint involving the cervical vertebrae at the top of the spine and just below the base of the skull.
You may begin to notice a dull, consistent pain in your neck, and begin to "favor" the sore side by tilting the head. Mild to intense headaches may occur, as well as problems with vision.
Reduce inflammation and increase circulation. Neck pain can be treated using combinations of decompression and WaveTherapy™. Ask about laser therapy to increase cellular regeneration of ossified (bony) structures such as vertebrae in the neck.
WaveTherapy™is also effective with joint pain, another significant cause of leg pain.
Cervical degeneration may involve the distortion of discs and crumbling vertebral bone in the neck The position of the cervical vertebrae just below the skull positions them as “shock absorbers” for the coomparatively larger head itself. Many neck pain complaints arise from stenosis narrowing the nerve conduit area in the neck, or from pinched nerves.