A bulging disc is a common spinal injury that affects your spine’s intervertebral discs, which act as shock absorbers between your vertebra.
It might seem funny but tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) can be caused by a problem in the neck. In our compartmentalized health care system we have been taught that where the pain…
Determining how many individuals really have pinched neck nerve is quite difficult, since lots of people report symptoms that could result from another accident, and some people don’t experience any symptoms whatsoever. Many different factors can lead to a neck pinched nerve, including past injuries, someone’s level of exercise, age, sex and bodyweight. While there […]
At one time or another almost everyone has suffered from some form of low back pain. Our Los Angeles Upper Cervical offices regularly see and help a host of chronic musculoskeletal disorders over the past 18 years. The majority of low back pain often happens after lifting heavy objects, exercise, or sitting for prolonged periods. While […]
At one point or another, most people experience neck pain. Neck pain has many causes, a variety of symptoms, and is one of the most common reasons people will seek out chiropractic treatment. For some, neck pain may be a weekly source of irritation. For others, it can become constant, severe, and debilitating. When neck […]
For the majority of us, neck pain has reared its ugly head more than once. In reality, there are estimates that anywhere from one-in-ten into one-in-five men and women will experience an episode of neck pain in a specific calendar year. Although many studies report that between 33% and 65 percent of those individuals will recover
The neck muscles perform several very important functions and when in spasm may be signaling you to address an underlying condition. There are several layers of neck muscles that extend from just below the surface of the skin to deeply surrounding the spinal bones, and an uncontrolled contraction of these muscles (neck muscle spasm) can cause extreme pain, limited range of motion, and other related symptoms or secondary conditions.