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Need Neck Pain Treatment Due to Bad Posture? Try a Natural Option

Written By Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center on June 29, 2020

Neck Pain Treatment with improved Posture While some cases of neck pain originate from sudden injuries like whiplash, most cases are the result of gradual injuries from poor posture.

Every year, up to 79.5% of people will suffer from some degree of neck pain. As more people work remotely or at offices behind desks, neck pain has increased with no signs of slowing down. 

Fortunately, you can take a few steps to recover and prevent the problem from returning with comprehensive chiropractic neck pain treatment. Here’s how.

How Can You Heal and Prevent Neck Pain?

Your head is heavy. The average skull weighs about 12 pounds. When you stand straight up and keep your head at the perfect angle, everything is fine. Tilt your head a few inches downwards to look at your laptop, phone, or a book, however, and this multiplies the pressure on your delicate cervical spine.

Some studies suggest that tilting your head can add up to 60 pounds of pressure to your neck. Over time, this can warp the shape of your neck and cause all kinds of problems such as:

  • Slipped discs
  • Pinched nerves
  • Muscle spasms
  • Headaches
  • Reduced mobility
  • Chronic neck, shoulder, and upper back pain

You can start fixing the problem right away by:

  • Keeping your computer monitor at eye level.
  • Using a laptop instead of a smartphone as much as possible.
  • Setting your desk and chair to a suitable height.
  • Using a standing desk.

Well-Rounded Neck Pain Treatment in Seattle

Chiropractic care is the ideal choice for treating neck pain because it doesn’t involve surgery or dangerous medications. Instead of chasing symptoms or masking them with drugs, your chiropractic doctor will take x-rays and get to the root of your neck pain.

At Eastlake Chiropractic & Massage Center, Dr. Kamell and Dr. Calvin have over five decades of experience helping patients recover from neck pain and other conditions. 

They’ll work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan through gentle massage and chiropractic care. Your doctor will also offer posture and lifestyle recommendations to prevent your pain from returning.

Don’t wait for your neck pain to get worse! Schedule an appointment at Eastlake Chiropractic & Massage Center today by calling 206-324-8600.

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