Do you have neck pain that seems to be getting worse as you get older?The medical condition spondylosis is primarily an age-related condition that impacts the disks and joints of the cervical spine of the neck (the upper part of the spine underneath the skull).In physical therapy and the wider medical profession, cervical (neck) spondylosisContinue Reading »
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Click to play Dr. Renee Poirier here to show you a series of my favorite neck stretchesStretch 1Starting off with is your levator scapulae, which runs from the base of your skull down to your shoulder blade. So you take your hand behind your back, you look down at your armpit, take your other handContinue Reading »
Click to play This month, we have been focusing on neck issues. When we develop neck and shoulder pain, it’s common for us to worry and jump to conclusions! Is it this, is it that? Actually, it’s more common than you think! Nine times out of ten, our neck pain is coming from daily life.Continue Reading »
Click to play We all tend to be in a more slumped position with rounded shoulders and an extended head, so working on bringing your shoulders down and back, tucking the chin in and having an upright posture will actually help alleviate a lot of stress when you’re sitting. If you have a desk job,Continue Reading »
Click to play This month, we’re talking about neck and shoulder pain. Specifically, it’s causes and what you can do about it. Often, patients have no clue what caused their neck and shoulder pain. The reality is that there isn’t really anything wrong that caused it – it’s just your life! Posture, sitting at your computerContinue Reading »
Click to play We wanted to go over some ways in which you shouldn’t stretch your neck because it’s causing more wear and tear than you might realize. The first one is going to be a neck circle. The neck circles end up causing a lot of nerve compression in your neck and cause some damageContinue Reading »