PIPT: Relieving Neck Pain


Neck pain is sometimes caused by radiculopathy, which refers to pressure or irritation in the nerves of the neck, which alters the electrical signals in the neck, causing you to feel more pain throughout the day. Physical therapy can help reduce the pressure and irritation surrounding the nerves, often offering immediate relief from pain and discomfort. These are just some of the frequent causes of neck pain. It is important that you never assume that your neck pain is being caused by one or another of these issues, and that you instead always work with a licensed and experienced physical therapist to determine the precise cause of your pain and discomfort. Is Your Neck Pain Caused by Sleep Issues? There is one more factor that often is not spoken about, but it’s a frequent cause of neck pain and discomfort: sleeping issues. Sometimes, sleeping in a certain position or sleeping on a mattress or pillow that is too soft or too hard will lead to neck pain. Oftentimes, this pain will appear to be chronic, as the sleeping issue is likely something that you experience day after day, causing the pain to return regularly. It may be helpful to rule out sleeping concerns as a reason behind your neck pain by assessing your sleeping conditions and making any changes that you think may be necessary. Adjust how many pillows you sleep on, the position you sleep in or even your mattress! For more support in finding relief from neck pain, talk to your physical therapist.

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INGREDIENTS • 1 1/2 lbs chicken breast, 4 pieces • 7 cups button mushrooms • 1 cup green onion, sliced thin • 1/3 cup chicken stock • 2/3 cup Ideal Protein Honey & Dijon Dressing

• 1/2 cup dijon mustard • 2 tbsp olive oil • 2 clove garlic • 1 tbsp fine herbs, finely chopped • pinch sea salt and pepper

DIRECTIONS Heat 1 tablespoon of olive oil in non-stick pan. Cook chicken for 10 minutes until browned on both sides. In same pan, add 1/2 cup green onions and cook for 1 minute. Add stock and bring to a boil. Slow cook for 4 minutes. Reduce liquid to 1 tablespoon. Mix dressing and mustard in a bowl. Slowly add the warm sauce from the pan on the bowl. Mix well. Return sauce to pan and let simmer (do not boil!) for an additional 5 minutes. Add herbs. Just before serving, warm 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil in a skillet. Add mushrooms, sauté untilsoft.Add remaininggreenonionsandgarlic.Cook for2minutes.Arrangemushrooms on the plate. Add a slice of chicken breast and top with sauce. Try this recipe and many others as a part of our medically developed ketogenic weight loss and weight management protocol at Partners. Losing weight can be a challenge, but the process of weight loss is simple.The Ideal Protein Ketogenic Weight Loss Protocol is a medically developed 4 phase protocol containing 2 key components – weight loss and a healthier lifestyle education so that you are empowered to sustain your weight loss results over your life course.



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