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Neck Pain

Is your neck movement


If yes to any of these your neck pain is most likely a result of condition affecting the joints, muscles or tendons in your neck.

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Does your pain spread?

Pain can develop in the neck and may spread to your shoulder, down your arm to your fingers, up to the base of the skull and over your head. If a nerve is irritated you may also experience pins and needles or numbness in parts of your arm or hand. Factors that can contribute to this include tension and sustained or repetitive activity such as sitting at a desk at work, using the telephone for a long period of time, playing a musical instrument, driving long-distance and using tablets or smartphones

What conditions are linked to neck pain?


If your neck has a sudden jolt you may develop pain. This is most common following a car accident.


A torticollis is when the head becomes twisted to one side and it is very painful to move the head back to a straight position.

Cervical radiculopathy

This is when the root of a nerve is irritated in the neck.

Cervicogenic headaches:

These headaches are bought on by specific problems in the upper neck. Physiotherapy is effective to help correct these problems.

5 ways to reduce HEADACHES and NECK PAIN without reaching in the medicine cabinet

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Unlock your Own Healing Power with Physio

We can help you resolve your neck pain.

Our specialist Physiotherapy team will take time to listen and understand your problem. Their advanced skills and knowledge mean that we will understand your problem and create a personal well-being plan, that will ensure you live the life you want, without being held back. When you come for an assessment we will examine your neck and identify the cause of your symptoms. Once we have diagnosed this we will design your own personalised action plan for rehabilitation.

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