NECK PAIN IN Jacksonville
Neck pain can be tricky to treat. It is essential to know exactly where the pain is originating from. Here at Advanced Medical Centers, we will use multiple tools to find the exact location of your pain. This is the first step in the treatment process and may be the most important.
The spine houses almost all the systemic nerves in the human body. It is one of the most complex and important areas of the body. A misaligned spine can cause attached muscles to tighten and spasm. Your muscles tighten as a way to defend against the misaligned vertebrae. Your muscles are making an attempt to protect the spinal column. The two main causes for people with a misaligned spine are poor posture and occupations that require repetitive motion.
There are too many people in the world that fail to get their spinal misalignments corrected. Many are simply hoping the pain will go away on its own if they wait a long enough time. This pain can actually go away, but the misalignment is still there. The pain is sure to return if the misalignment is still there. The longer an individual waits to get their condition corrected, the greater the chance is that the issue can potentially become very serious. There are many cases where patients wait so long that surgery is the only option.
COMMON VS. NORMAL
There is a trap associated with neck pain. This trap revolves on the idea that if so many people have neck pain (common) it must be normal. This is not logical and is the reason we are seeing more and more people with conditions that require surgery. Be proactive and get your spine checked out.
Your first visit will consist of a thorough consultation that includes an analysis of your health history. We want to fully understand what you are experiencing before treatment begins. We will then be able to create a personalized treatment plan that promotes a fast recovery.
Don't live with neck pain any longer. Give Advanced Medical Centers in Jacksonville a call and let our professional and experienced staff answer any questions you may have. We are here to help!