Neck pain (also known as cervicalgia) is extremely common! At any given point, 30% of people have neck pain and 50% of people have some degree of chronicity of these symptoms.
You're driving along (or maybe stopped at a red light) and suddenly you get rear-ended. Holy cow! What a shock. You check yourself for any obvious injuries, get out to check the other person and
You're probably familiar with this scenario: busy working on a big project and you loose track of time. Then you realize you haven't taken a break in 4 hours. When you finally start moving around
Today we’ll focus on what the research says about traction for neck pain and how to use it to our advantage. Contrary to last week's blog detailing the benefits of traction for low back pain, the