Neck, Shoulder & Back Pain

Does your neck, shoulder, or back feel stiff or hurt when you wake up in the morning?
Do any of these parts hurt after you have taken part in a physical activity?
Do you have trouble turning your neck to see behind you when you back up your car?
If you do, it may be that the spinal segments in your upper back or neck are misaligned.

What can be the reason for this?

The region of the spine in the neck is composed of seven vertebrae. These vertebrae are surrounded by tendons, ligaments, and muscles that support them. If the vertebrae are out of correct position, the connecting tissue and the muscles may stretch more than they can bear. This puts pressure on the spinal nerves, causing pain.

Is there a solution to this problem?

Unless the vertebrae misalignment is corrected, proper mobility cannot be restored and you will continue to experience symptoms such as pain, stiffness and radicular numbing and tingling.

But you do not have to live with this. Dr. Rudick has been helping people with these symptoms for almost 20 years with tremendous success.

How can we help?

Firstly, we will look into your heath history and try to find out what caused the problem. Next, we will conduct a physical examination and if needed, take X-rays.

Sometimes, the pain will go away in a few days, but it does not mean that your problem has been solved. Our experience shows that unless you treat the root cause, symptoms will reoccur. During your chiropractic sessions, the region of the spine causing the problem will be readjusted through chiropractic techniques and physical therapy. This will restore normal motion and help alleviate symptoms.

Your Chiropractic treatment will be customized according to your needs and severity of the problem. At the end of it, you will be glad that you came to us.

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