Scottsdale Chiropractor Shares 3 Techniques for Shoulder and Neck Pain Relief   Have long hours hunched over a computer at work left you struggling with neck or shoulder pain? Are you still suffering from neck pain months – or even years – after an auto accident? Do not lose hope: chronic pain does not have to compromise your quality of life. Our Scottsdale chiropractor Dr. Daniel Secrest, DC has helped hundreds of patients successfully manage chronic pain, and he can help you, too. Here are three natural pain relief treatments that don’t require medication or surgery:

Chiropractic Adjustments, Massage Therapy Relieve Chronic Neck and Shoulder Pain

#1: Chiropractic adjustments. Natural wear and tear, poor posture, or an accident injury can all lead to a spinal misalignment. As long as a mechanical alignment persists in the spine, your body will suffer from pain. For example, a herniated disc in the upper back may trigger shoulder pain. Our Scottsdale chiropractor provides hands-on chiropractic adjustments that will correct a herniated disc or other alignment problem. These adjustments relieve pressure on the nerves that are triggering pain and support whole body health.

#2: Koren Specific Technique (KST). Do you have an old, untreated whiplash injury? Have you been told that your pain is “all in your head?” We know that it’s not! Without proper treatment, your muscles may “lock” away the memory of this accident, altering movements and causing pain. KST can help identify the specific location of pain. Once this location is identified, Dr. Secrest uses ArthroStim, an FDA-approved activation instrument, to retrain muscle memory and help the body regain a full range of pain-free motion.

#3: Massage therapy. Do your shoulders or neck constantly feel sore and stiff? After an accident injury like whiplash, you may also have difficulty moving the neck from side to side. Therapeutic massage can help release tension trapped within the muscles. Massage therapy increases the flow of fresh, oxygenated blood to injured soft tissues, which supports the healing process. After regular massage treatments, our patients report less pain and an increased range of motion.

Are you suffering from chronic shoulder or neck pain?

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