Is Neck Pain Slowing You Down?

Today, I just want to go through and ask you a couple of questions about neck pain. I’ve been getting a lot of people lately in with symptoms of neck and back pain.

I’m just wondering if it’s something that’s getting in the way of your day?

If you’re waking up with a crick in your neck?

If you’re waking up and you’re not able to turn your neck all the way when changing lanes or reversing your car?

You don’t have the mobility to look far enough?

Maybe you have some numbness and tingling into your hand or some weakness in your arm?

Those are all signs of your neck being involved. Those are the things that we can help here.

With that said, I’ve decided to come up with a guide to provide some free information for people who would be in this situation with waking up with those things that I’ve just mentioned.

So I created this guide called the “9 Essential Tips to Eliminate Annoying Neck and Shoulder Pain”. It’s a free guide and it’s on our website.

It’s basically a guide that will take you about 5 to 10 minutes to consume and it’s going to give you some really quick and easy tips of things that you can start implementing into your life today, tomorrow, and the next few weeks to start helping with that neck pain.

Download the guide here »

If you have any comments, put them below. If you want more information specifically than the guide, comment “free assessment” below. I’ll get you some information on how I can do an assessment of your neck and determine what is going on, what the problem is, and what the plan of care is.

Click here for more info on the free assessment »

Take care and have a fantastic day!

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Co-Owner / Physical Therapist at CORE Therapy and Pilates
Stephen graduated with a Masters in Physical Therapy in 1998 from LSUMC in New Orleans and is a licensed physical therapist in Texas since 2004. Immediately interested in hands-on therapy, he began to study with Brian Mulligan and became certified in the Maitland Australian Approach in 2003. Stephen has since studied the fascial system through John F Barnes Myofascial Release. Stephen completed a comprehensive Pilates training in 2002 and the GYROTONIC Expansion System® in 2009. The combined treatment of manual therapy with mind-body awareness exercises using Pilates and Gyrotonic concepts was the start of his whole-body treatment approach.
Stephen Dunn