Neck Pain


Cervical pain is mainly caused by sustained contracture of the neck muscles, with stress and incorrect posture being the main triggers.

It is common to have acute episodes of pain followed by seasons of slight discomfort. The underlying problem is the state of the posterior muscles of the neck, the trapezius being the most affected muscle, followed by the supraspinatus.

The pain can often radiate through the side of the head until it reaches the temple and causes a headache.

Cervical pain of myofascial origin is easily solved by inserting acupuncture needles into the trigger pointsof the affected muscles, together with postural rehabilitation and mobilization exercises for the neck muscles.

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