Neck Pain is a common spinal condition suffered by the population of all age group. The origin of pain varies in individuals; each case is unique in their own way. Knowing the root cause of the pain is important, as it guides you to the most relevant treatment methods and preventative measures in the future.

When the pain arises from the cervical disc herniation with radiating pain, it is referred to as discogenics cervical radiculopathy (DCR). On the other hand, a mechanical neck pain is one that is more related to ligamentous and/or other soft tissue structures that can be caused by an acute injury or chronic degenerative changes in the spine. Of course, poor postural habits also contribute to spinal pain.

Like any other physical structures, the human frame has its optimal alignment. This optimal alignment serves as a mechanical support, enable the body to perform functional movements, and protect the intricate organs within. Our neck (Cervical Spine) is one good example.

The cervical spine is the uppermost region of the entire spine, supporting our head that weighs about 5kg on average. An inward curving of the neck spine (Cervical Lordosis) is the ideal alignment for the neck to providspinal-canale a stable and balanced mechanical support in the
at region of the spine. Together with the unique shape of each cervical vertebra, it provides flexibility to the neck with reasonable wide range of motions. Most importantly, the extension of the brain (brain stem and spinal cord) stay relaxed within the spinal canal (shown in left picture) of a lordotic neck, ensuring uninterrupted communication between the brain and the rest of the body.

So, would you like to:

  • Have greater flexibility in your neck?
  • Ease off your muscle tension around your neck and shoulder?
  • Have less tensioned-type headache or migraine?
  • Resolve your dizziness/ tinnitus?
  • Slow down spinal aging?
  • Have vibrant health?

All these are possible when you regain your neck curve with proper spinal corrective rehabilitation. We specialized in CBP structural rehabilitation of the spine, which is the most researched method of spinal rehabilitation in the field of conservative spinal care and Chiropractic profession. Contact us to find out more about what we do differently here.

Wishing you the best of health,
Dr. Chew Wei Lun
D.C., CFMP®, Certified CBP®

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