Category: Cervical Pain

Cervical Pain

Natural Remedies for Upper Back Pain

There are several ways to relieve pain in the upper back but opting for natural remedies for upper back pain relief can have its benefits.

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Upper Back Pain Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Upper back pain is a common problem that affects many individuals, often resulting from various underlying causes. To treat it, there are various non-invasive options to choose from.

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Cervical Lordosis Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Cervical lordosis refers to a condition where the natural curvature of the cervical spine is either exaggerated or flattened. The symptoms that result can be treated with the help of lifestyle adjustments as well as exercises with the Backrack.

Cervical Pain

What Is ‘Text Neck’ and How Do You Correct It?

‘Text neck’ is a term used to describe the distinctive forward-leaning deformity of the neck caused by prolonged use of mobile devices such as smartphones. It can lead to stiffness, pain and deformity in the neck.

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What to do about muscle spasms in the shoulder

Muscle spasms in one or both shoulders occur when there is an involuntary muscle contraction in the muscles of the middle or upper back or chest. In this article, we will be focusing primarily on spasms in the shoulders caused by issues with the spine, as well as what the best options are when it comes to addressing this cause of the problem.

Cervical Pain

How to Get Rid of Neck Pain Naturally

In a large number of cases, pain in the cervical spine may go away on its own without any intervention. For cases where the pain persists or it even gets worse, there are some approaches you can take to help with recovery. These include both lifestyle changes and active treatment methods such as…

Cervical Pain

What causes neck and shoulder pain to occur together?

Most often, shoulder and neck pain occur together due to their proximity to one another. An issue causing pain in the neck can spread to other parts of the (upper) body, including the shoulders, and vice versa.