The majority of neck pain in children is short-lived, but if pain continues beyond a few days speak to a doctor at First State Spine for a proper diagnosis.
Muscle strains, worn joints, injuries, and nerve compression are all causes of neck pain. Find out when you should see a doctor to address your neck pain, and how to prevent it.
Maintaining cardiovascular fitness with neck or back pain is possible. Read our tips for those suffering from low back or neck pain.
It’s that time of year where everyone makes resolutions to kick off the New Year! For those of us who have a hard time reaching the finish line, we thought we’d offer some resolutions that aren’t a pain in the back (literally)!
The cervical spine is the technical term for your neck. Symptoms of a Cervical Herniated Disc are not just limited to neck pain, they also can include arm pain, numb hands & fingers, and pain between the shoulder blades. Most patients do not need surgery for a Cervical Herniated Disc and those that do can find comfort in knowing that there is little to no downtime.
October is Spinal Health Month! All next month First State Spine wants to challenge you to “Get Spine Active” to maintain flexibility and prevent back pain.