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Break the Cycle of Neck Issues

By February 10, 2020 January 4th, 2023 neck pain
Chiropractor Neck Pain

Let’s be honest. Neck pain sucks. So if you’re dealing with it, you’ve got to know how to handle it so that you can get out of that cycle. What I’m going to do in this video is to show you exactly how neck pain can happen, and one of the ways that it can actually go down the arm as a result. So essentially, what happens is the nerves in the very bottom part of your neck.

They come out right here, which is right here in this area. And they go all the way down the arm, right into the risks, the hands and the fingertips. So a lot of people that deal with neck pain also deal with pain that is shooting into the fingertips or into the carpal tunnel area. And the reason is because if there’s pressure on that nerve that’s right here in this area, on the bottom part of the neck.

Everything down below is going to be affected as well. And usually what it is is something called the subluxation, which is a misalignment of the spine, putting pressure on the nerves going all the way down the arms as well as to the muscles right in that neck area where of course you feel neck pain.
So my name is Dr. Ryan Carlson and I’m a local neurological based chiropractor right here in Bentonville. And it’s one of the specialties that we deal with is not only neck pain, but also the pain going all the way down the arm into the risks, the hands and the fingers, numbness, tingling, all of those things.

We get great results within my Chiropractic Clinic in Bentonville AR, so there’s actually a button that’s right down below underneath this video, and if it’s something that you’d be interested in as far as getting out of that downward cycle, I’d be happy to help you out. We actually have a neck pain special offer right now. It’s actually only $40 for the initial exam consultation.
Any necessary x-rays or other testing we need to do in the office, everything to find out the cause of what’s going on. So make sure that you hit that button down below. Follow the steps and we will see you soon in the office.

More info: Common Causes of Neck Pain