The best way to keep your doctor away
In this video, a young woman describes the benefits of using physiotherapy to improve her neck pain.
“I was always in pain, I never had it real bad,” she says.
“It was always painful but I couldn’t stop thinking about it.
I wanted to help my neck pain.”
She says she feels like she’s living her dream.
The most common form of neck pain is sciatica, a painful inflammation of the muscles of the neck.
Symptoms include weakness, neck pain, tightness and numbness, headaches and muscle spasms.
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, you should consult your doctor.
There are many options to help control your neck pain and improve your physical function.
One of the most common is chiropractic therapy, a non-invasive form of physiotherapy that involves using your hands and arms to massage the neck to relieve tension.
A recent study found that physiotherapy reduces the number of symptoms of sciatic pain, including stiffness and pain.
Another option is spinal manipulation.
This involves a combination of stretching and manipulation to relieve pain.
A recent study in the American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism found that spinal manipulation can reduce pain and inflammation in the neck region.
You can also try neck exercises.
These include sitting with your head in a neutral position with your arms at your sides.
Or, sit on your back with your hands on your hips.