Updated: Mar 30
This guide provides tips and tricks to keep the spine in optimal health. It was written by Travis Walsh, BCTMB, CMNT. A full spine massage therapist who helps clients sleep better, move better and feel better.
It’s a pain in the neck. Literally! When pain starts in the cervical spine (your neck), there are a number of symptoms that can accompany the pain. Most clients will experience pain on the backside of the neck, either throughout the whole neck region or at the base of the skull. Clients will also have difficulty turning the head side-to-side, numbness or tingling down the arm, headaches, TMJ (jaw) related pain or pain referring into the shoulders and upper back. At times this can cause a mental fog or cause someone to become dizzy.
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