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Neck Pain Physical Therapy in Utah

Roy, Syracuse, & Layton, Utah

Neck Pain Physical Therapy – Neck Specialist – Rock Run Physical Therapy

What constitutes serious neck pain? By the time people seek physical therapy in Utah for their neck pain and headaches, it’s not because of the occasional twinge, but rather for problems that have lasted several months. Common complaints include migraines and tension headaches, not being able to turn one’s head fully, all-over neck soreness, stabbing pain localized to one spot on the neck, or pain that radiates as far down as the fingertips.

In some cases, the causes of your headaches or neck pain may be obvious if you’ve recently been in a car accident or suffered a sports injury, for example. Often, however, problems can develop through poor posture or from having to perform the same action repeatedly. In addition, if you’re often obliged to spend too much time at your desk or in the car, the resulting muscle weakness can add to the problem.

What are the consequences of not getting help? Patients who seek treatment from their neck-centered issues are often surprised to learn that some other problems they’ve been experiencing might be related. So even if you think you can live with not being able to turn your neck fully, other problems can accumulate.

For example, if you have chronic migraines or frequent bouts of tension headaches, a pinched nerve in your neck may actually be the culprit, rather than your diet or your busy schedule. In addition, you may find that the problems you’ve been having with shoulder mobility or shooting pains down your arms and hands often spring from compressed nerves in your upper vertebrae.

Untreated neck pain can even lead to issues you might never expect, such as balance problems or trouble gripping objects. That’s because each of the nerve roots located in your upper vertebrae are connected to other parts of your body, from your biceps to each of your little fingers.

How can neck pain be treated? Once we’ve pinpointed the main cause of your neck pain and stiffness, as well as headaches that we’ve determined stem from upper vertebrae issues, we’ll develop a Utah neck pain physical therapy treatment plan with you. In your sessions, you’ll be taken through moves that build strength and flexibility. Our team will also help you learn how to better position yourself during your daily life to avoid relapses, including ergonomic and posture tips.

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Rock Run Physical Therapy offers aware winning physical therapy in Northern Utah. Voted Best Physical Therapy in 2019, 2020, and 2021 by the Standard Examiner. We are proud to serve our patients with three convinient locations in Layton, Roy, and Syracuse, UT. Our team understands that it is our morale obligation to help and serve as many individuals as we can throughout the Wasatch Region. We are here to provide the best physical therapy and recovery to you and your family. Get started today!
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801-985-2700 | 385-888-7890
5991 S 3500 W #300, Roy, UT 84067
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1730 E 3100 N #1 Layton, UT 84040
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