Neck and shoulder problems might present either in isolation or in combination with headaches or other types of pain.
People who have stressful lives or suffer with anxiety can often carry tension in their neck and shoulders, which can be made worse by sedentary desk-based jobs. As well as aches and pains, you may experience restricted movement where you find it difficult to fully turn your head or raise your arm.
If you’ve recently started to experience neck or shoulder pain, we’d recommend you book an initial assessment with one of our sports therapists or physiotherapist. They are all highly trained and experienced to conduct an assessment and, if there are no significant underlying issues, they’re likely to be able to treat you and to achieve a significant improvement within a matter of weeks using a combination of soft tissue therapy and manipulation.
If you’ve been suffering with neck or shoulder pain for quite some time and you’ve tried other treatments without lasting success, we’d recommend that you book an initial assessment with our osteopath Katie, or Marie or Emma (chiropractors) all of whom specialise in treating neck and shoulder pain.
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Core Clinics offer a unique, integrative approach to health and wellbeing and sports performance.
If you have a clear view about the type of treatment or the specific clinician or therapist you would like to consult, we will gladly arrange an initial consultation for you. If, on the other hand, you are unsure of what expertise or treatments might be most beneficial for you, please feel free to call or email us email@example.com and we will be happy to discuss and advise.