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Whether from an auto accident, a slip, and fall, or a medical condition, you have chronic neck pain. Your flexibility is limited, as you can barely turn your head. The pain makes it hard to engage in physical activities, even basic ones.
If you want to do something about your pain, schedule an appointment with a Philadelphia chiropractor. Through chiropractic care, you can finally get some relief.
There are many causes of neck pain. We will now explain some of the most common ones:
A Philadelphia chiropractor can offer relief through chiropractic care. A chiropractic adjustment is one of the most common treatments for neck pain. Your chiropractor may use their hands or a specialized table for these adjustments.
During your appointment, your chiropractor will focus on the spine. By restoring spinal alignment and proper curvature, pain in the neck and other parts of the body often disappears. This is a much better treatment than focusing only on the symptoms, which can vary in terms of frequency and severity.
We also offer the Graston technique, which makes use of stainless steel instruments for less pain. This technique is recommended for those with musculoskeletal disorders and soft tissue injuries.
Our other pain relief treatments are:
If you have neck pain from any of the above injuries or conditions, we strongly urge you to come see us at Oxford Rehabilitation Center, your chiropractor in Philadelphia.
Our team of medical and chiropractic professionals includes Dr. Zohar Stark, MD (orthopedic surgeon), Dr. Wendy Wang, DPT, L.Ac (acupuncturist), and Dr. Marc C. Cohen, DC (chiropractor).
We offer many services, including aquatic therapy, acupuncture, physical therapy, chiropractic therapy, non-surgical pain management, and auto accident injury treatment. To learn more or schedule an appointment today, please call 215-725-2000. You can also visit us at Oxford Rehabilitation Center on 6735 Harbison Avenue.