Neck & Shoulder Pain
How To Ease Annoying, Daily, Irritating Neck and Shoulder Pain Naturally - Before It Gets Any Worse...
When it comes to living with Neck and Shoulder Pain, there are usually a few things that everybody we see wants to know:
“Why is this happening to me?”...
“What is going on?..” and
“Why am I still suffering with neck and shoulder pain after putting up with it for 6 months (Maybe more)?”...
Most people think that when they get Neck or Shoulder Pain, the pain is going to go away on its own. That it’s just some tightness or a crick in neck that’ll work it’s way out like and “magic”, it’ll be as if it never happened… But then 6 months later you’re still living with nagging pain even worse than it was when it came on. Take it one step further, now it’s created daily headaches or now you have trouble looking over your shoulder while driving your car.
Does that sound like you?
Another scenario we frequently see in our Physical Therapy Clinic is when people go to the doctor, and the well-meaning doctor tells them to rest and “try these painkillers” and “see how it goes”.
The thing is, 6 weeks later you end up going back to the doctor again because your pain hasn’t improved or has worsened, however this time around you’re often given yet another prescription of even stronger pills.
Has That Ever Happened To You?
Maybe you are confused because you’ve been told different things, by different people. Maybe you think you have a neck problem - but it’s actually your shoulder where the problem is? Or, maybe it’s the other way around?? It can be a very confusing part of the body to work out where the problem is, and this often leads people to procrastinate and put off making a decision about what to do to help fix their Neck and Shoulder pain. Worse, many people just end up accepting it as ‘part of life’ - as if it’s normal, as if it “has” to be that way.
Is This How You Feel?
If you’re currently living with neck and or shoulder pain, here’s 7 more reasons why it could be lasting longer than it should:
If any of these have happened to you, we would love to help you and invite you to book a call to speak with one of our Physical Therapists at our clinic to find out what can be done to help you.
And now some good news for you…
If you have tried any or all of the above things already, it is actually a GOOD THING. It’s good because when we are able to determine what doesn’t or hasn’t worked - we are that much closer to helping you find the thing that does!
Click the link below to schedule a phone call with us for some helpful advice for your problem. The phone call is complimentary and there is no obligation to book any appointments with us after the call is over. Our goal simply is to help you make the right decision about what to do next for your health.
The next thing people ask us all the time is this:
“What Can You Do To Get Rid Of Neck/Shoulder Pain?”...
Well, here's 4 things you can do:
If you would like to know how the Physical Therapy team at Impact Physical Therapy and Wellness can help you live with less neck or shoulder pain - we invite you to start with a completely free, no-obligation, risk free appointment at our clinic in the Morningside area of Sioux City.
Note: This Free Taster Session is something that we offer to people who are very nervous or skeptical about physical therapy - unsure of its benefits or if it is right for them. If that sounds like you, then please start with a free taster session so that we can work with you to find out what is wrong and what can be done - without any financial risk on your part.
So the next question is:
“How Can Choosing To See A Physical Therapist At Impact Physical Therapy and Wellness Help You Get Rid Of Your Neck And/Or Shoulder Pain?”
Here’s just a few of the things our Physical Therapy Team can do for you:
If you want to know what it costs - and what availability we have, then please just click the button below and complete the short form:
Common Neck/Shoulder Conditions Treated Here:
Here is a list of some of the frequently treated neck and shoulder conditions that we see in our clinic: