These days, many of us are spending a lot more time looking forward. While planning ahead and considering the future is a positive thing, when it comes to your neck, too much of a forward focus can be a bad thing. A forward head posture is more common as we hunch over our phones, laptops, and steering wheels with increasing frequency. The resulting “nerd neck” can bring with it pain and tension up and down the spine. How to fix nerd neck and still meet the demands of daily life? Here are some of the best approaches to easing the pain of a forward head posture.
In the U.S., cars are an indispensable part of daily life, taking us to and from work, school, and entertainment. Unfortunately, hurling down the freeway at 65 miles per hour is dangerous, and millions of people sustain injuries from car accidents every year. Prompt treatment for car accident injuries is important to minimize the potential for future chronic pain conditions. When it comes to injuries from car accidents, here’s what you need to know.
Technology is great, but with each new development comes new problems for society to adapt to. One problem that has come to light in recent years is text neck, which is pain caused by too much hunching over a phone, tablet, or other device. Text neck can become serious if left untreated. Luckily, it’s usually easy to fix, especially if you start treatment early enough. In this post, we’ll explain what text neck is, list some of the most common symptoms, and how you can find relief.
Neck pain affects about 15% of adults in the U.S., mostly women, and can lead to chronic discomfort that impacts a person’s daily life. In this post, we’re looking at some of the leading treatments and neck pain exercises you can do to find neck pain relief. Finding neck pain relief Causes of neck pain … Read more
The birth of technology like the computer, car, and smartphone has led to us spending a lot of time extending our neck, either staring straight ahead or looking down without moving our neck much. If this is done infrequently, it doesn’t cause a lot of pain or stiffness, but it can add up if these … Read more
We all have had high stress and anxiety days and sometimes weeks at a time. This can come from happy events like pre-wedding jitters or job-related activities like prepping for a career-changing meeting. Did you know, however, that it was found in a 2012 survey that 66% of people feel similar stress levels from losing … Read more
A sedentary lifestyle has been linked to a host of health issues, including obesity, back pain, and osteoporosis. Sitting is dangerous enough to be considered the new smoking, according to JustStand.org. The average U.S. adult sits for eight hours each day, reports U.S. News, but that number is higher for many people who may work in … Read more
Pain Clinic Now Offering Revolutionary Neck and Back Pain Treatment Originally published on PRWeb.com The leading pain clinic in Arizona is now offering a ground-breaking treatment that often provides over a year of consistent relief. Arizona Pain now treats chronic neck and back pain with radiofrequency ablation (RFA). As one of the most innovative pain … Read more