Effective treatment of neck pain

Neck pain or pain in the neck area can come from an acute crick in the neck, muscular imbalance in the neck region, an injury such as a whiplash or from pinching nerves in the neck area.

Muscles typically tighten and specific or more diffuse pain can be experienced, sometimes in the head, down between the shoulder blades or in the arms.

We will help you with your neck pain - quickly and effectively.

Professional treatment

We treat the nervous system as pain is typically a response to a compensation somewhere else in the body. The brain processes the impression of the nervous system and responds to it. If the brain is misinformed, it can create inappropriate movement patterns that result in pain.

Through muscle testing, we find the main issue in your nervous system and treat it gently and effectively. There is no manipulation, crack or twist associated with the treatment and you will typically feel the effect after the first treatment.

The structure of the neck

The neck consists of 7 cervical vertebrae with associated discs in between each vertebra. There are many small muscles and ligaments in the neck that move the head with great precision and give the brain feedback on the position of the head. In the area there are also many nerve pathways that supply the head and upper body with signals, as well as receive signals from the same area. Therefore, pain in the neck, shoulder and arms can easily occur if the muscles are tense and press on the nerves.

we treat all problems related to the neck.

Crick in the neck

A crick in the neck can come suddenly due to a specific movement or without immediate cause. This is typically due to a lock in the small joints between the vertebrae. The treatment is without manipulations, cracks or twists and you can typically notice improvement soon after.

Migrain

Migraines can occur from many different causes and it is complex to treat it - but not impossible. Many people experience various triggers for a migraine, but the cause is in the nervous system, which is overstimulated and the brain responds with migraines.

Osteoarthritis

In the small joints between the vertebrae, the cartilage in the joint can be worn so that the bones move toward each other. This typically causes pain and the recommendation is to strengthen the muscles around. Our experience is that the joints typically wear unevenly on one side compared to the other, due to a muscular imbalance around the joint. This imbalance and the unbalanced load on the joint will persist until the cause is found. I do this with the help of muscle testing and gentle treatment of the findings.

Whiplash

A whiplash comes when the head accelerates quickly back and forth typically in connection with a car collision. In our experience, there is a lot of tension in the neck and shoulder area and often also the pelvis. In the case of whiplash, headaches, pain and sensitivity to the skin may occur in the shoulder and neck region. A neck that has experienced whiplash will be extra sensitive to violent movement, which is why the gentle treatment of the nervous system is an effective form of treatment. 

Concussion

A concussion can be a violent experience and many people experience different symptoms. For some, it may be becoming sensitive to light and sound. Others become dizzy or have reduced mobility in the neck, to protect the nervous system. Here is an example from the clinic: A client experienced immediate improvement in neck mobility after treating a single imbalance in the nervous system after a concussion a few years earlier. 

Herniated disc

In between each vertebra there is a disc, which consists of a soft core surrounded by a hard shell. A protrusion is a bulge on the hard shell and a herniated disc is when the hard shell breaks and the soft core comes out into the spinal canal. Both a protusion and a herniation can easily affect the nerves as space is minimal.

Seek medical advice

If you experience heaviness or radiating pain in the arm / arms or have difficulty holding urine or faeces, seek medical attention.

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