We Can Help with Chronic Neck Pain

Neck Pain Treatment Jacksonville FL

Treatment for Chronic Neck Pain

Once we’ve accurately established what the cause of your neck pain might be, we can put together a suitable treatment plan to meet your particular requirements. Our St. Augustine, FL, team is able to offer a full complement of interventional pain management, including manipulation, physical therapy, heat treatment, inflammatory muscle relaxers, mobilization exercises, surgical supports and similar treatments. We offer on-going monitoring and assessment, checking your progress and amending our treatment program as necessary in order to maximize the chances of achieving the outcomes you’re looking for. To find out more about your treatment options in and around Jacksonville or Orange Park, FL, or book a consultation, call us at (904) 783-0008.

Causes of Chronic Neck Pain

In many cases, chronic neck pain is initially caused by some form of trauma,resulting in initial pain and inflammation, which then fails to resolve as swiftly as hoped. Although whiplash normally resolves quite rapidly, some patients find that they are still plagued by problems many months or even years after the initial injury occurred. When you make an appointment with us, we will undertake a full assessment and diagnosis process, accurately pin-pointing the cause of your neck pain. Rarely, the patients we see from the Jacksonville, FL, area may experience chronic neck pain may be due to a more serious condition; our thorough assessment ensures any issues that require further attention are picked up.

Symptoms of Chronic Neck Pain

The most common symptom of chronic neck pain is discomfort -this can vary in intensity depending on what activities are attempted. Some of the people we treat in Orange Park and St. Augustine find the pain is worse during movement, others find that the pain radiates down into the shoulders or up into the skull area. Range of movement is typically limited, interfering with the ability to drive and undertake other everyday activities. There may also be long-term swelling and pain when the affected area is touched.

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