We Are Neck Pain Experts

What is Neck Pain ?

At some point in life, most adults experience some level of neck pain. Whether you woke up in the morning with a “crick in your neck” or you have felt the constant dull pain of a spine condition, you understand the frustration neck pain can cause.

Regardless of the cause of neck pain, the discomfort often originates in the cervical spine — the top seven vertebrae of the backbone. The cervical spine’s first vertebra is located at the base of the skull, and the seventh cervical vertebra is located at approximately shoulder level. A small pulled muscle near the spine or a more severe damaged disc within the spine can equally press against a nearby nerve root, causing your pain. Being able to identify the symptoms of your neck pain may help you determine if your pain is caused by a minute injury or a more serious spine condition.

Nearly all neck pain fades and disappears over time with rest and over-the-counter medication. However, if it is severe or continues for more than a week or two, you should consider visiting your doctor. The pain and symptoms associated with neck pain include:

  • Sharp pain
  • A dull ache
  • Stiffness
  • Radiating discomfort or tingling down the arms
  • Numbness in the arms or hands
  • Severe headaches

 

What Are The Causes Of Neck Pain?

These symptoms could be the result of a number of neck pain causes, including muscle strain, ligament sprain, whiplash or even a medical emergency such as meningitis. The pain also could be caused by one or more cervical spine conditions, such as a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis (facet disease) or cervical spinal stenosis.

Am I the right patient for Neck Pain Treatment?

If you have neck pain, call us about the SonoSpine Procedure

Get Consultation

By clicking the button, you will leave the sonospinesurgery.com website and will be redirected to upload your MRI to our provider.

Our Practitioners’ MRI review is an informational review of the MRI images and/or report that you provide to us. , This is not a form of diagnosis, treatment, correction, prevention or medical care. As such, the Practitioner’s MRI review should not be used as a determinant factor in any person’s physical or other health care, health treatment or health maintenance. No information provided by or through the Practitioner’s MRI review should ever be considered a substitute for any professional health care services, and you should consult with one or more appropriately licensed, registered and certified physicians, surgeons or other health care professionals for the same. In arranging for a Practitioner to provide an MRI review, neither Sonospine® nor that Practitioner assumes any responsibility whatsoever, nor shall Sonospine® or such Practitioner in any event or under any circumstances be liable in relation to your decision concerning your health care, health treatment or health maintenance, including without limitation any actions that you choose to take as a result of the Practitioner’s MRI review. A diagnosis and a final determination of whether you may benefit from treatment at Sonospine® can only be made after you have been physically examined in person by one of our Practitioners.