Reduce Neck Pain

Reduce Neck Pain

Neck pain shares many qualities with back pain. Given that both are tightly tied to the spine, this is not that confusing. Like back pain, neck pain is a common complaint and can be caused by numerous triggers, including poor posture or straining of the tendons and muscles. Osteoarthritis may also be a cause. It is always best to check with your doctor if your neck pain is continuous, and if you are suffering from any numbness or tingling, you should see a doctor right away.

According to Mayo Clinic, a doctor is likely to need the following information before providing neck pain relief:

  • Where exactly does your pain occur?
  • Is the pain dull, sharp or shooting?
  • Do you have numbness or weakness?
  • Does the pain radiate into your arm?
  • Is the pain made worse by straining, coughing or sneezing?
  • Do you have other physical problems?

What can you do to help that sore neck? The answer will depend on the cause of your neck pain in large part. Your doctor may recommend visits to the chiropractor or physical therapist. Trigger point therapy may be suggested or gentle stretches on an every-day basis to help reduce your neck pain.

Alternatively, your doctor may suggest that you invest in certain neck pain relief products, like an at-home cervical traction device. Magister’s NeckPro II is indicated for:

  • Disc Herniation
  • Pinched Nerves
  • Cervical Radiculopathy

and more. 

Contact us for more information about how Magister’s products can help reduce your neck pain.