Neck Pain and Neck Stiffness | Denner Chiropractic & Performance

Welcome to Denner Chiropractic & Performance | Pineville, NC, where we specialize in treating neck pain and stiffness with a holistic, and non-invasive approach. Our unique treatments combine the latest in sports chiropractic, manual therapy, and rehabilitation. Experience swift and enduring results as we target the root cause of your condition, guiding you toward lasting relief and wellness.

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Patients who visit our Pineville sports chiropractic office with neck pain and neck stiffness, usually present with the following
Signs and Symptoms
  • Neck pain while looking down
  • Neck pain is worse in the morning 
  • Hard to find a comfortable position 
  • Upper shoulder pain 
  • Numbness tingling into the arm and hand 
  • Headaches 
What causes neck pain and stiffness?
Neck pain can be caused by multiple factors, such as a specific acute injury such as "whiplash" or chronic sustained postures.

Common Neck Pain and Stiffness Conditions Treated At Denner Chiropractic & Performance | Pineville, NC 

  • Acute cervical spine sprain/strain "Whiplash" 
  • Concussion 
  • Cervical disc herniation 
  • Joint restrictions 
  • Chronic sustained postures 
  • Spinal stenosis 
  • Mid-back tightness 
Our Neck Pain Treatment Approach
At Denner Chiropractic & Performance | Pineville, NC we take a holistic approach to treating neck pain.

Our goal is to reduce pain, and inflammation, and promote healing. We do this by

  •  Conducting a thorough evaluation to identify the root cause of your pain
  •  Developing a personalized treatment plan that may include joint manipulation, soft tissue treatment, and physical therapy
  •  Educating you on exercises and stretches to improve flexibility and prevent future injury
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Finding Relief From Neck Pain and Stiffness
Chiropractic and Rehabilitation | Pineville, North Carolina
Our services can help with
  • Reducing pain and inflammation
  • Improving range of motion
  • Enhancing healing and recovery
  • Strengthen and exercise for lasting results 
Why Should You See a Sports Chiropractor?
Sports Chiropractic Care In Pineville, North Carolina

It is reported that 1 in 3 people are affected with neck pain annually, with women experiencing it more frequently than men. While symptoms are usually temporary, they may recur. Chronic neck pain risks rise with age, especially in individuals with a history of back pain or a previous injury. 

If you're experiencing persistent neck pain, it's important to seek treatment. Delaying treatment can lead to chronic pain and further complications.

Chiropractic care can help relieve neck pain and stiffness by improving joint mobility, reducing soft tissue tone, and rehabilitating muscle coordination. Our treatments are non-invasive and drug-free, making them a safe and effective option for many patients.

What to expect during your first visit
During your first visit, you will receive personalized one-on-one hands-on care with your chiropractic physician,

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We'll thoroughly evaluate your condition and develop a personalized treatment plan.

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Treatment will include integrating chiropractic adjustments, rehabilitation exercises, and soft tissue/manual therapy.

Our goal is to provide you with relief and a path toward healing.

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Neck Pain Treatment Techniques
Pineville, North Carolina
  • Chiropractic adjustments: to restore proper joint mechanics and reduce tension in the foot and ankle
  • Fascial Manipulation: to promote relaxation, reduce muscle tension, and increase blood flow to the affected area
  • Functional Rehabilitation: to improve strength and motor control of the muscles in the foot and ankle
  • Dry NeedlingSafe and effective way to reduce pain and decrease inflammation 
  • Manual Therapy: Hands-on techniques to boost treatment outcomes  
Problems and Solutions
For Neck Pain in Pineville, North Carolina

Acute injury- "Studies have shown whiplash injuries occur around 4.5 G-forces. A vigorous sneeze is recorded at 2.5 G-forces. A cervical spine injury can occur from an acute sports hit, concussion, or auto accident. Treatments such as soft tissue therapy and dry needling are shown to decrease pain, lower inflammation, and improve range of motion. 

Chronic sustained static postures- "When our bodies are held in a sustained posture the joints and soft tissues around the neck become tight and restricted. This often leads to pain and dysfunction throughout the day. Joint manipulation is a safe and effective method to restore joint function and improve tightness and restrictions. 

Spinal Canal Narrowing- "As we age the canal in our cervical spine, "where nerves exit", becomes naturally smaller. While this is a normal response to aging, it can cause pain and irritation to the neck. Manual therapy techniques such as traction have been shown to improve space and room for compressed nerves in the cervical spine.      

Common Questions and Answers
Neck Pain | Pineville, North Carolina

Q: What are the common causes of neck pain? A: Neck pain often stems from auto accidents and sports injuries. Less traumatic activities such as reaching, pushing, pulling, moving heavy objects, falls, bad posture, poor workstations, repetitive movements, prolonged overhead activity, sedentary lifestyles, improper sleep positions, poor bra support, and obesity can also trigger neck sprains and strains.

Q: What is the difference between neck sprains and strains? A: In neck injuries, a "sprain" refers to damage to ligaments holding bones together, while a "strain" involves partial tearing of muscles or tendons that move the neck.

Q: What are the symptoms of neck pain? A: Symptoms may include gradual or sudden dull neck pain, intensifying with head movement. Stiffness may occur with rest. Pain is often located in the back of the neck, extending to the shoulders or between shoulder blades. Tension headaches are common. Severe symptoms like unusual headaches, loss of consciousness, confusion, difficulty concentrating, and other neurological signs require immediate medical attention.

Q: Is my shoulder pain coming from my neck? A: Yes there is a strong likelihood that your shoulder pain is coming from your neck. A study called the EXPOSS Study (Extremity Pain of Spinal Source) found that 47% of shoulder pain is a referral from a problem at the neck. You can also check out our blog post "Is Your Shoulder Pain Coming From Your Neck? A Mckenzie Method Guide To Care"

Experience Exceptional Chiropractic Care For Your Neck Pain: Visit Denner Chiropractic & Performance Today

Have you been searching for a “neck pain doctor near me?” Denner Chiropractic & Performance in Pineville, NC is the top chiropractic and rehabilitation clinic in the area. 

To experience our team's commitment to quality care and remarkable results, explore a variety of treatments, including chiropractic care and more. Our holistic approach ensures personalized and effective care, providing long-lasting relief tailored to your individual needs.

Don’t let an acute sports injury or chronic pain keep you from an active lifestyle! Experience exceptional chiropractic care from Denner Chiropractic & Performance by contacting us at 704-325-9767 to schedule a new patient appointment today!

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