How To Define The Pain Of The Neck?

Neck pain is a sharp pain in the neck, usually disappearing within a few days or weeks. When the pain spreads and radiates to one arm, it is called cervicobrachial neuralgia. They are often due to bad posture, osteoarthritis or trauma to the neck.  Many people suffer from stiffness and neck pain that can be caused by many factors. These factors include muscle and joint problems, stress and anxiety, and in some situations, more serious health problems such as meningitis.  Pain in the muscles and joints of the neck are common. It is often referred to as “stiffness” because of the limitations that pain places on the neck and upper spine. The problem sometimes extends to one shoulder (but rarely both). Pain can be acute (sudden) or chronic (long-term) and have many causes: stretched muscles, stuck nerves, rheumatism, or various forms of arthritis.  Read this article to know about the causes and different types of neck pain and find out how our team at Kennewick Chiropractic Injury Clinic can be helpful to provide you ease from the pain.

What Does The Pain Feel Like?

The pain in the neck can be sharp or sudden.  The ligaments, muscles and bones in your neck support your head and allows motion.  If  there is any injury or inflammation in your neck it can become sore and stiff allowing little movement to your head.  Your muscles become tight and extremely sore with sharp pains with movement.  In common acute stiff neck pain is brutal, preventing most neck movements. The problem usually lasts only a few painful days.

Here the team at Kennewick Chiropractic Injury Clinic will help you with the pain as we consult together and find the right plan for you needs before it gets worse.  Our medical team is able to find causes that may causing your pain in the neck. Read below to study the different types of neck pain.  Maybe you are suffering from one?

Inflammatory Pain

Inflammatory pain can be caused by tissue damage resulting in inflammation.  With tissue damage it cause swelling giving you a stiff neck, which in turn sets off your nervous system to sense pain.  So you want to do everything you can to not feel that pain, which means you need to take care of the tissue damage and ease inflammation.   Our medical team at Kennewick Chiropractic Injury Clinic is available 24/7 to help you.

The Accompanied Pains

There can be accompanied pain with neck pains such as numbness in your arm, usually just one arm, shooting pain into your arm or down your shoulder and loss of strength in your arm or hand.  Pain in your neck, or stiff neck, can also travel down your spine and cause mid back pain and result in a loss of range of motion in your upper body.  These problems can all be resolved with chiropractic care for a stiff neck.

 

 

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Post-Traumatic Pain

The motor pathology (whiplash) is a common result from accidents. The muscular contracture is inconstant, the limitation of the movements of the neck and pain is often found. Special images of the atlaxoidal joint (between the atlas and the axis) are essential to asses any further damage.   The search for neurological signs is fundamental in the healing process of whiplash.   The pains sometimes become part of the subjective syndrome of the traumatized skull.  These symptoms need to be healed to prevent further damage and pain.  Kennewick Chiropractic Injury Clinic’s team have a cure for all types of pains.

Vertigo And Pathology Of The Neck

Cervical spondylosis could cause circulatory discomfort by compressing the vertebral arteries next to an osteophyte and, as a result, vertigo. It is atherosclerosis of the basilar trunk that is most often involved. Atherosclerotic narrowing causes a decrease in blood flow and posture syndrome. In many cases, the dizziness of cervical spondylosis is the expression of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, especially in women in their fifties, and is always triggered by the same abrupt positioning of the head. This vertigo disappears in a few weeks. A depressive syndrome can also frequently cause vertiginous sensations. Contact our team of Kennewick Chiropractic Injury Clinic for the medical consultancy.

Pinched Nerve

In the elderly, a pinched nerve is often the result of normal wear and tear, reports the Health website. In the youngest age group, it is probably an injury or a trauma. Medications and some physiotherapy sessions usually relieve symptoms.

Tension Headache

Tension headaches are not a cause of neck pain, but their outcome, although it is sometimes difficult to identify which happened first. Many tension headaches are caused by tension in the muscles at the base of the skull. This tension can come from poor work ergonomics, eye fatigue, grinding of teeth, trauma or injury.

Neck Injury

You can also suffer from neck pain by hurting yourself directly. Whiplash is a common injury, often caused by a car or sports accident. If you move at high speed, you can hurt yourself. Protect yourself by wearing a seat belt when driving or driving, and always wear appropriate sports clothing. Take precautions and get the consultancy from Kennewick Chiropractic Injury Clinic to feel safe from a neck injury.

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a generalized pain syndrome that affects many parts of the body, including the neck. Symptoms of fibromyalgia include pain, extreme tiredness, mental confusion, headaches, anxiety, and depression. There is no specific treatment for this condition, although some prescription pain medications are promising. Physiotherapy, acupuncture, massage and cognitive-behavioral therapy can also be better lived daily.

Don’t delay if you are suffering from any type of neck pain or if you think you are developing neck pain. Contact our medical representatives in order to get the conculation to heal from all types of neck pain. Our experienced consultants at Kennewick Chiropractic Injury Clinic are available to treat your pain.

Contact us if you are one of them before it’s too late!

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