Understanding The Causes Of Your Neck Pain
The neck is very vulnerable and gets injured or sprained easily due to accidents or poor posture. Modern lifestyle such as excessive usage of mobile phones and computers has also led to early degeneration of our neck.
Degeneration of the neck can cause persistent pain in the neck and shoulder, hand and fingers numbness, headache, migraine, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), blurred vision and jaw pain, etc.
Severe neck pain may need surgical intervention but carries its risk as it may lead to the possibility of paralysis. Let’s check out why is it important to keep our necks healthy and pain-free.
The back of your neck consists of the cervical spine, the muscles and ligaments that surround and support it.
Neck Pain Caused By Cervical Spondylosis
Cervical Spondylosis causes your cervical discs to dehydrate and shrink resulting in signs of osteoarthritis developing in the neck. This will cause the spinal disc to have bony projections along the edges of the bones called bone spurs.
Neck Pain Caused By Bone Spurs
Severe stages of Cervical Radiculopathy may cause you to have nerve damage or develop a frozen shoulder that you cannot even lift up your arm over your head.
Neck Pain Caused By Whiplash
Whiplash can happen in a car accident or when someone or an object hit you hard on the head. It causes neck and shoulder pain, and numbness thus sending a radiating and tingling painful sensation down towards your arms and fingers.
Other Causes Of Neck Pain
Acute pain can also force the head to turn to one side, causing a one-sided or double-sided head pain. The pain tends to come and go with occasional flare-ups. You may have a pain attack after unaccustomed use of your neck or if you sprain a neck muscle or ligament.
What Kind Of Neck Pain Are You Having?
More than 85% of people, be it young or old are suffering from chronic neck pain due to modern lifestyles and bad postural habits.
Here is the checklist of conditions that may be causing you to have neck pain:
Forward head posture results in a hunch back that causes neck pain and a limited range of motion. The neck becomes immobile and inflexible.
Our spinal discs begin to dry and shrink when we age which causes more bone-on-bone contact between the spinal vertebrae which leads to degeneration.
Discs act as cushions between the vertebrae of your spine and losses their optimum protection when ageing start from the 40s and above.
Age also affects the exterior of your spinal disks. Cracks often appear, leading to bulging (herniated) disks — which sometimes can press on the spinal cord and nerve roots.
It refers to the narrowing of the spaces of the spinal canal, which can put pressure on the nerves that travel through the spine.
As we age, degeneration of the vertebrate and discs in the neck sets in. Bones from the neck form bony outgrowth called osteophytes known as bone spurs.
The spine produces an extra amount of bone in a misguided effort to strengthen the spine and pinch the spinal cord and nerve roots. These bone spurs irritate nearby muscles, ligaments and nerves, causing neck pain.
Ligaments are cords of tissue that connect bone to bone. Spinal ligaments can stiffen with age, making your neck less flexible.
Mental & Physical Stress
During stress, our body will go into a fight or flight mode causing long term muscle tension, tightness, stiffness and persistent pain.
Having tumours or cancer that cause unresolved neck pain.
Neck Pain Treatment In Singapore Without Surgery Is Possible! Find Out How!
Our Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment is a holistic and non-invasive treatment that heals your neck pain due to ageing, neck joint degeneration, injury, or accident such as:
- Cervical Spondylosis
- Cervical Radiculopathy
- Neck Spasm & Strain
- Herniated Disc
- Bone Spur
How Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment Works
Our Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment comprises the following unique features that work beyond traditional pain relief treatments to decompress your spine and joints:
Multi-Dimensional Movement Therapy
Muscle Release Technique
Spinal Alignment Technique
It stretches and strengthens your neck muscles, tendons and ligaments which improves your neck and shoulder strength and flexibility to prevent injuries.
More importantly, the multi-dimensional movement therapy is a combination of art and science that engages unrestricted motions with assisted resistance, waking the neck muscles that often get ignored.
It’s time to let go of your neck pain, regain your neck strength and flexibility and enjoy your life again.
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See The Best Results* For Your Neck Pain Just After 1 Treatment!
Reduces neck pain and inflammation
Reduces hand and finger numbness
Relieves neck muscle tightness
Reduces neck stiffness and weakness
Improves neck strength, flexibility and mobility
Regain the ability to turn your head
Prevents cervical spine degeneration
Increased range of motion of your neck
Better neck alignment
Posture and gait are better
Can sleep better at night
Better quality family time
Can work better with no pain
Reduced stress level
*Results may vary based on individual conditions
Our Neck Pain Treatment Has High Success Rates With Proven Results!
Our Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment Surpasses Traditional Healing Methods!
A study was done on a group of 80 male and female respondents. Their age range is between 13 to 90 years old. All of them have gone through 1-hour of our exclusive Integrated Pain-X™ (IPX™) Treatment.
As a result, after 3 days of monitoring, the respondents indicated the following improvements:
Reduction in neck pain – 100% agreed
Reduction in neck muscle tightness – 100% agreed
Reduced stiffness in neck – 97.9% agreed
Improved neck flexibility and muscle strength – 100% agreed
Increased neck range of motion – 98.0% agreed
Better posture and gait – 96.6% agreed
Feel lighter, slimmer and taller – 96.2% agreed
Improved sleep quality for 2 nights or more – 95.7% agreed
Better work productivity – 96.2% agreed
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