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>> Neck Pain


Neck pain is discomfort in any of the structures in the neck. These include muscles and nerves as well as spinal vertebrae and the cushioning disks in between. Neck pain may also come from areas near the neck such as the shoulder, jaw, head, and upper arms. When your neck is sore, you may have difficulty moving it, especially to one side. Many people describe this as having a stiff neck. If neck pain involves nerves (for example, significant muscle spasm pinching on a nerve or a slipped disk pressing on a nerve), you may feel numbness, tingling, or weakness in your arm, hand, or elsewhere. Neck pain can be associated with severe headache ,head and facial pain ,dizeness and loss of balance if nerve or spinal cord involvement .


What Causes Neck Pain?

A common cause of neck pain is muscle strain or tension. Usually, everyday activities are to blame. Such activities include bending over a desk for hours, having poor posture while watching TV or reading, placing your computer monitor too high or too low, sleeping in an uncomfortable position, or twisting and turning the neck in a jarring manner while exercising.

Causes Of Nick Pain:

Causes Of Neck Pain Include :
Cervical Arthritis Or Spondylosis 
Disk Prolapse 
Spinal Stenosis 
Facet Joint 
Traumatic Such Asa Whiplash Or Fracture 
Cancer That Involves The Spine


The treatment of soft tissue neck and shoulder pain includes the use of anti-inflammatory medication (such as Aleve or Motrin) and/or acetaminophen (Tylenol). Depending on the source of pain, drugs like muscle relaxers and even antidepressants might be helpful. Pain also may be treated with a local application of moist heat or ice. Local corticosteroid injection is often helpful for arthritis of the shoulder. For both neck and shoulder pain movement exercises may help. For cases in which nerve roots or the spinal cord are involved, surgical procedures may be necessary.

1. Physical Therapy
2. Botox Injection 
3. Trigger Point Injection For Fibromyalgia

Interventional Procedures:
1. Day Case (No Need For Admission To Hospital)
2. No Surgical Scar Or Stiches 
3. No Risk Of Complications 
4. Can Be Repeated In The Future 
5. No General Anesthesia (Done Under Local Anesthesia Or Sedation)

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