Neck and Shoulder Pain

for only £45 IN 2024!

Do you suffer from neck pain?

Do you suffer from neck pain?

Are you looking for self help or specialised help?

If so, this is a page for you.

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How does it feel?

Neck pain can vary widely in terms of its intensity and the sensations it produces, and people may describe it differently based on their individual experiences. However, here are some common ways people describe the feeling of neck pain:

  • Stiffness: Can make it difficult to move the neck comfortably, and it may feel like your neck is “locked” in one position.
  • Sharp or Shooting Pain: These sudden, intense pains may occur when you move your neck or head in a certain way.
  • Radiating Pain: Neck pain may not be limited to the neck itself. It can radiate into the shoulders, upper back, and even down the arms in some cases. This can be associated with conditions like pinched nerves or cervical radiculopathy.
  • Muscle Tension: You may feel tightness and knots in the muscles of the neck and shoulders.
  • Headaches: Particularly tension headaches or cervicogenic headaches, which originate from issues in the neck.

It’s important to note that neck pain can have many potential causes, including muscle strain, poor posture, injuries, herniated discs, arthritis, and more. The exact feeling of neck pain can vary based on the underlying cause and individual factors

How does it affect your life?

Do you feel like it is limiting your range of motion in the neck, making it difficult to turn your head, look up or down, or perform simple tasks like driving safely?

This reduced mobility can affect your ability to engage in routine activities.

Constant neck pain can be distracting and uncomfortable, making it challenging to concentrate on work, study, or even enjoy leisure activities (like playing golf or gardening).

Neck pain often worsens when lying down, which can lead to disrupted sleep patterns.

When experiencing neck pain for a long time it may make you feel frustrated, anxious, depressed, or irritable.

Does your neck pain make you feel like you need to take PAINKILLERS regularly?


But what causes Neck Pain?

  • Muscle Strain: One of the most common causes of neck pain is muscle strain or tension. This can result from poor posture, overuse of neck muscles, or sudden movements that stress the neck muscles.
  • Poor Posture: Prolonged poor posture, such as hunching over a computer or smartphone, can strain the neck muscles and lead to chronic neck pain.
  • Cervical Disc Degeneration: Over time, the discs between the vertebrae in the neck can degenerate, leading to conditions like cervical osteoarthritis. This can cause neck pain as well as radiating pain and stiffness
  • Cervical Radiculopathy: This condition occurs when nerves in the neck are compressed or irritated, often due to a herniated disc or bone spur. It can result in sharp, shooting pains and numbness or tingling that radiates down the arm.
  • Whiplash: Trauma to the neck, such as from a car accident, can cause whiplash injury. This involves sudden and forceful movement of the neck, leading to muscle and ligament strain, which can result in neck pain and stiffness.
  • Sleeping Position: Sleeping in an awkward or uncomfortable position can strain the neck muscles and result in pain.
  • Repetitive Movements: Certain occupations or activities that involve repetitive neck movements can lead to overuse injuries and neck pain.

Try Your First Session for only £45 (usually £67)

First, come and see us for a Pain Management Consultation and First Session during which you will;

Clinic Update

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Meet the team

Physio Team

Head Physio, Specialised in MSK cases, Orthoses, Postural Realignment Specialist