The most common form of treatment for neck pain is NSAIDs. However, there are numerous side effects of frequently taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Plus, long-term use has been linked to heart, kidney, bone, and hearing problems. As a result, many are looking for alternative therapies to reduce neck pain.
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Consider the following drug-free ways to cope with neck pain:
Even a slight misalignment of the C1 and C2 vertebrae can result in soft tissue damage and the onset of spine degeneration. Conditions that can affect proper alignment include everything from accidents and injuries to poor posture at work or while using mobile devices.
To learn more about how a gentle adjustment may set you on the path to less neck pain and better overall health, contact an upper cervical practitioner in your area.
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