Many patients come in to my clinic with an aching neck, stubborn lower back pain and niggling shoulder ache – but having spent an hour of assessing, testing and applying manual therapy techniques – the source of the problem is elsewhere in the body.
An aching neck could mean there is a misalignment in the hip, being the root cause of a minor blockage or discomfort from the cervical spine to one or both sides of the neck.
A stubborn lower back pain that comes and goes throughout the day could be triggered by simple daily activities like lifting grocery boxes incorrectly out of the car trunk or from sitting down for extended periods of time.
That niggling shoulder ache that you get once a week could be due that time you reached for something in the back of your car from the driver’s seat. Now your upper back hurts every time you turn your neck from left to right.
Stop chasing pain
Make an appointment at Body Smart Health today so that our therapist can get to the bottom of the root cause of your pain, ache or dysfunction.