Marathon Physical Therapy
www.marathonptny.com Tel: (516) 487-9810 Fax: (516) 773-7315
The Expert Care You Need and Deserve
556B MIDDLE NECK RD GREAT NECK, NY 11023
Please let us know if you’d like us to mail our newsletter to a friend.
Page1:TechnologyandNeckPain:HowThey’re Related Page2:EasyLifestyleChangestoReduceTension
•ExerciseEssential •BackpackSafety •SudokuPuzzle Page3:Healthy Recipe
•PatientSuccessStory •MonthlyAnatomy&PhysiologyLesson Page4:Tell That Neck Pain To Get Off Your Back!
TELL THAT NECK PAIN TO GET OFF YOUR BACK! Relief for Radiating Neck Pain and Headaches If you really had to narrow down the frustrations that come with dealing with chronic pain, perhaps the single largest frustration would be having to deal with the pain day after day. Chronic pain has a way of interfering with the most basic activities. Getting out of bed and driving to work can become a challenge, as can sitting in a desk chair all day, or attempting to pick up your child when he or she is upset. Some of these tasks are more difficult to get around than are others, and, depending on how the pain is impacting your life, the stress of having to go through extra steps to make basic things happen can really get out of hand. Neck pain is one of those types of pain that is difficult to work around. Pain in the neck and back will frequently begin to radiate the longer it hangs around, and that could mean shooting pain up your neck and back, all the way into the base of your skull. Once neck pain begins to turn into headaches, attempting to concentrate at work can become exceedingly difficult. What Causes Neck Pain? There are a large number of culprits that could be behind your experience of neck pain, including accidents, such as a car accident or a slip-and-fall accident, as well as sporting injuries. The reason why neck pain frequently becomes so severe is due to the fact that blood vessels have to pass through your neck to reach the head.
A spasm in the neck muscles could lead to constricted blood circulation, and therefore migraine headaches. What’s worse, since the neck is connected to the spinal column and therefore connected to the nervous system, pain in the neck can quickly develop into tingling or numbness in the hands, arms and fingers, which can be uncomfortable and frustrating when you are going about daily tasks. When neck pain develops as a result of a pinched nerve, the radiating neck pain can result in severe headaches, and in some cases, even migraine headaches. The pinched nerve can cause pain to radiate from the neck into the skull and can cause a disruption to typical nerve patterns. Working with a physical therapist can help you address pain caused by a pinched nerve, and therefore can reduce the severity of headaches that develop as a result of neck pain.
Made with FlippingBook Annual report