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Neck Pain

Neck pain is a highly complex and challenging common it affects all of us at some stage in our life, particularly as we grow older and our cervical  muscles are not so strong at a time when we are beginning to develop wear and tear in our vertebra. It is important to realise that 80% ... Read More
 
Low back pain   Conference  30th of March  Doncaster    The spine. What is holding us back

Low back pain Conference 30th of March Doncaster The spine. What is holding us back

  Low back pain and mid back pain and upper shoulder pain continues to be one of the for more disabling painful conditions, which affects our general quality of life and ability to work With is a surprising statistic when there are so many other far more serious disabling conditions. An outstanding conference for all those ... Read More
 
Repetitive strain injury  Or upper limb disorders can cause  Elbow Pain Wrist Pain Neck Pain Shoulder Pain

Repetitive strain injury Or upper limb disorders can cause Elbow Pain Wrist Pain Neck Pain Shoulder Pain

  Repetitive strain injury or Upper limb disorders, neck, shoulder, arm and hand seem to be on the increase. Probably this is due to the fact that we are using our shoulders, arms, hands and fingers much more repetitively in our modern lifestyle activity. This is most definitely worth the read as it is well ... Read More
 
Neck and Back Pain concerns about sitting – Managing upper limb disorders in the workplace

Neck and Back Pain concerns about sitting – Managing upper limb disorders in the workplace

Neck and  Back and arm pain with associated headaches and pain in the middle of your back and stiffness travelling downwards is definitely on the increase.  Look at the recent health and safety in musculoskeletal disorders, rules and regulations update on our health and safety government website and you will see that there is an ... Read More
 

Another good article on chronic neck pain

The lower cervical spine is a key area for chronic neck pain, cervical nerve root pain, thoracic outlet problems and referred pain to the upper thoracic spine. Frequently, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, and forearm tendonitis have a cervical component.
 

Cervical Neck and Muscular Pain

There are various medical conditions which cause Cervical Neck and Muscular Pain. Your GP can diagnose which one is responsible, and if you have severe and worsening pain, will refer you to a hospital specialist.