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Neck Pain, Headaches, and Low Back Pain

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Did you know over 50 million Americans, or just over 20 percent, are living with some form of chronic pain? It’s no surprise that so many people are dealing with back, neck, and headache pain. But what you might not realize is how these types of discomfort can be affecting your quality of life. If you suffer from chronic headaches, back pain, or neck relief, know that there are ways to manage these issues using simple techniques like stretches and exercises and chiropractic care. 

Chiropractic care has helped thousands of people with headaches, migraines, arthritis, and other joint pains, as well as those who suffer from tension in their muscles and joints. The benefits to having a chiropractor include:

  • Less stiffness
  • Better range of motion so you can move around more easily
  • Decreased inflammation which helps with pain relief
  • Increased blood flow allows your body to heal itself faster and quicker than before by supplying your cells with the nutrients they need for healing. 

If you have been dealing with any one or all of these symptoms, then it might be time to visit a chiropractor. 

If you find yourself in pain from a combination of headaches, neck and back pain, it could be caused by any of the following reasons. 

Injury:

Sometimes, injuries such as a car accident can cause headaches and back pain to occur together. These symptoms are not always related, but it’s important to be aware of the possibility when you experience one or more side effects from your injury that last for an extended time frame.

Poor posture:

Poor posture can put strain on the muscles of your head, neck, and back. In addition, maintaining poor positions over time may lead to headaches and muscle aches in these regions, generating chronic pain conditions like lower backache or shoulder tightness.

Infections:

Many infections can cause headaches and back or body aches to occur together. One common example you may be familiar with is the flu; two other conditions are meningitis (inflammation of tissues surrounding your brain) and encephalopathy (inflammation in the tissue around your central nervous system).

At Terlep Chiropractic, enjoy our state-of-the-art chiropractic facility and discover the true wellness lifestyle! We will show you the natural way to better health without resorting to expensive prescription medications.

sources:

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/67/wr/mm6736a2.htm

https://www.healthline.com/health/back-pain/headache-and-back-pain#causes

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