Neck pain can be more than a minor nuisance. It can make turning your head difficult, and the pain can travel throughout the shoulders and even the head. Dr. Bobby Curtis uses adjustments to provide effective pain relief for neck pain to patients throughout the Alpharetta, Georgia area. Visit him at The Wellness Studio.
One of the most common causes of neck pain is a pinched nerve, which happens when the vertebrae in the neck shift out of alignment and pushes down directly onto the nerves. When this happens, it can cause pain to develop in the neck that can radiate into the head, shoulders, and arms. Misalignment can occur because of:
Patients can avoid the common causes of neck pain with a few simple adjustments. These include:
Using relaxation exercises, neck exercises, and maintaining a healthy body weight are also proven techniques for preventing neck pain.
Dr. Curtis specializes in maintaining the health of the muscular and skeletal systems. He also cares about his patients, and as such, uses the most advanced techniques in all his treatments. He has years of training, expertise, and experience in detecting and correcting conditions related to, or originating from, the spine including neck pain.
Dr. Curtis’s treatments focus on restoring balance, maintaining complete spinal alignment, and removing pinched nerves from the neck and upper back through spinal adjustments. Dr. Curtis’s neck treatments can even prevent future injuries and help achieve total health and wellness. Neck pain is a nuisance that patients don’t need to just accept. Paying a visit to Dr. Curtis won’t just alleviate your pain, but resolve its root causes. Interested patients can schedule their next appointment by phone or online.
"Dr. Curtis is very patient. He communicates with his patients to come up a plan that they are both comfortable with."
"Dr. Curtis is intuitive and finds issues I didn't realize were there until he touched certain spots that were sensitive."
"Dr. Curtis knows what he's doing and really wants to help you get on the road to recovery."