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Physical Therapy For Neck Pain

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Are You Looking For A Physical Therapy For Neck Pain?


1. Do you have neck pain and stiffness?
2. Do you have tension headaches?
3. Do you have difficulty turning your head?
4. Does your neck pain shoot down to your arms?
5. Do you have a problem raising your arm because of neck pain?
6. Do you have difficulty doing your work?


Why suffer neck pain much longer? Don't wait for your symptoms to worsen. See a licensed physical therapist who can guide you to recover. The earlier you get treatment, the better you recover. CT Physical Therapy Care is the best place for you.


How Should We Manage Your Neck Pain?

The first step in managing neck pain is to figure out the source of your symptoms. We have to know the diagnosis of your problem.

The second step is to treat the body part affected. How you manage depends on the tissue affected. The usual problem comes from muscles, joints, discs, and other soft tissues. It is easier to handle if you know what structure you need to treat.

Finally, you have to strengthen your muscles and correct your body mechanics. The common neglected causes are muscle weakness, and posture.


The most common condition we treat for the neck is the following.

1. Cervicalgia
2. Cervical Radiculopathy
3. Cervical Spondylosis
4. Neck Myofascial Pain
5. Tension Headaches


Cervicalgia is a pain or discomfort in the neck. It is caused by injury, poor posture, or strain.

Signs & Symptoms

1. Neck pain.
2. Muscle spasms.
3. Stiff neck
4. Tenderness in the upper back muscles
5. Headaches

Recovery Guide

1. Modalities to decrease inflammation.
2. Mobilize the neck.
3. Relieve muscle spasms.
4. Strengthen muscles of the neck & upper back.
5. See a physical therapist.

Neck pain therapy services in Queens
Neck pain therapy services in Queens

Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy happens when the nerve root in the neck is compressed. The squeezed nerve causes pain that radiates to the arm or scapular area. We call this a pinched nerve.

Signs & Symptoms

1. Shooting pain.
2. Weakness of the arm muscles.
3. Numbness or loss of sensation in the arm.
4. Tingling sensation in the hands and fingers.
5. Increase symptoms with neck movement.

Recovery Guide

1. Use modalities to decrease pain and spasms.
2. Medications to reduce inflammation.
3. Use neck support to avoid further damage.
4. Loosen and stretch tight muscles.
5. Strengthen neck muscles.
6. Correct posture.
7. See a physical therapist or chiropractor.

Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical spondylosis is a condition causing neck pain due to the degeneration of the cervical spine. It may be due to wear and tear or injury. As a result, the disc loses its fluid and affects the joints in the spine.

Signs & Symptoms

1. Neck pain & muscle spasms
2. Stiff neck and painful on movements.
3. Cracking sensations when moving the neck.
4. Headaches
5. Weakness in the arms.

Recovery Guide

1. Control symptoms by decreasing pain & muscle spasms.
2. Use support during aggravations.
3. Mobilize the joints in the neck to loosen stiffness.
4. Strengthen weak muscles.
5. Stretch tight muscles.
6. Correct posture.
7. Consult a physical therapist or chiropractor.

Neck pain therapy services in Queens
Neck pain therapy services in Queens

Neck Myofascial Pain 

Neck myofascial pain is a painful condition due to tight fascia and muscles. The fascia covers the whole muscles. When tight, it chokes the tissues and provokes spasms. It is brought about by stress, overuse, or injury to the neck.

Signs & Symptoms

1. Neck pain and soreness.
2. Deep pain and muscle spasms.
3. Difficulty sleeping and sore waking up in the morning.
4. Presence of knots and trigger points in the muscles.

Recovery Guide

1. Decrease pain and muscle spasms with modalities.
2. Trigger point release.
3. Myofascial stretch.
4. Strengthen weak muscles.
5. Correct posture.
6. Proper sleeping position.

Tension Headaches

Tension headache is a tightness and dull pain in the head. It is caused by neck pain and spasms, putting pressure on the nerves that go the head. Sometimes, people think it's a migraine when only one side is affected.

Signs & Symptoms

1. Headaches.
2. Feeling of tightness from the back to the front and sides of the head.
3. Tenderness in the neck, upper back, and scalp muscles.
4. Muscle weakness.
5. Postural issues.

Recovery Guide

1. Control the symptoms.
2. Trigger point release.
3. Myofascial stretches.
4. Strengthen weak muscles.
5. Correct posture.
6. Regular exercise.

Neck pain therapy services in Queens

What can CT Physical Therapy Care do to help?

At CT PT Care, we figure out the source of your neck pain.

We will:

*Ask you how it started
*Check up your movement, strength, and posture.
*Inspect the tissue suspected to be a problem.
*Treat your inflamed tissue & spasms.
*Give advice correct muscle imbalances.

Our focus is for you to get better, and to help prevent the symptom from coming back.

If you hurt your neck, get expert help. Call us right away to learn how we can help you. Our therapists have the skills to treat neck problems. We improved and managed many people with neck pain in the past. Our goal is to relieve your symptoms and help recover your function.

Call us now. Your recovery is our priority!