Using Physical Therapy for Neck Pain Treatment

Chronic neck pain can make it challenging to live your daily life. Other than being painful and making it difficult to move your neck, neck pain can also cause headaches and difficulty using your arms. If you suffer from neck pain, then you should consider visiting Back in Motion Physical Therapy for neck pain treatment.

Our licensed physical therapists have more than 70 years of combined experience and are trained and experienced with handling a variety of neck pain cases including:

  • Whiplash
  • Poor posture
  • Headaches
  • Muscle strains
  • Degenerative bone and joint disease
  • Arthritis

For a more extensive view of our neck pain treatment services, please visit our back and neck pain page or call one our team and ask them any questions.

Physical therapy benefits neck pain treatment

At Back in Motion Physical Therapy, we value providing personalized care to each patient. Your neck pain treatment will be customized to meet your individual needs and recovery goals. This is achieved through a complete physical examination, as well as a review of your medical history and lifestyle.

Most sessions of neck pain treatment involve exercises and hands-on care to help improve the strength and flexibility in the areas of the neck that need it. It’s also common for your physical therapist to use hot and cold therapies, ultrasound, electrotherapy and deep tissue massage to treat your neck pain.

Your physical therapist will help you correct poor posture that may be adding to your pain. He or she may also advise you on proper lifting techniques and correct forms for other physical activities that might contribute to neck pain.

After your appointment, you will likely receive instructions for stretches and exercises to perform at home between appointments. These exercises should help you meet your recovery goals in a more timely manner.

If you’re ready to get help from a physical therapist for treating your neck pain, contact Back in Motion Physical Therapy today to schedule your first appointment. We have five offices located across southern Maine for your convenience.


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