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  • E-Young Khoo

Neck Pain: Don’t ‘Neck’glect it. Get the Treatment you need today

Cervical neck issues are a common source of discomfort and can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor posture, injury, and degenerative conditions. These issues can result in a range of symptoms, including neck pain, stiffness, headaches, and decreased mobility.


Fortunately, physiotherapy can be an effective treatment for cervical neck issues. Our physiotherapists are trained to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions, and they use a variety of techniques to help patients recover from cervical neck issues.

One of the key components of physiotherapy for cervical neck issues is exercise. Exercise is essential for improving strength, flexibility, and mobility in the neck, and physiotherapists will work with patients to design an exercise program that is tailored to their individual needs and goals. This may include exercises such as stretches, strengthening exercises, and posture correction exercises.

Another important aspect of physiotherapy for cervical neck issues is manual therapy. Manual therapy involves the use of hands-on techniques to help alleviate pain, improve mobility, and reduce muscle tension. This may include massage, and joint mobilisation. Manual therapy can be especially beneficial for patients with chronic cervical neck issues, as it can help to break up scar tissue and improve the movement of joints and muscles.

In addition to exercise and manual therapy, our physiotherapists may also incorporate other techniques into their treatment plans, including heat and cold therapy, and electrical stimulation. These techniques can help to reduce pain and promote healing, and they can be used in conjunction with other physiotherapy techniques to achieve the best possible results.

It's important to note that cervical neck issues can be caused by a variety of factors, and it's essential to identify the underlying cause of the issue in order to treat it effectively. For example, poor posture can lead to cervical neck issues, and our physiotherapists can provide education and guidance on how to improve posture.

Cervical neck issues can be painful and debilitating, but physiotherapy can be an effective treatment. Physiotherapy can help to reduce pain, improve strength, and increase mobility, and it can be tailored to meet the individual needs and goals of each patient. If you are experiencing a cervical neck issue, book in a session today with one of our qualified physiotherapists and start your journey to recovery.

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