The Spine & Rehab Group

Neck Pain Conditions and Treatments

While often neck pain can be due to a strain or pull, it can also stem from the spine. Neck pain affects the cervical region of the spine and can be due to an injury, pinched nerve, back condition, spine condition, or many other factors. The cervical area of the spine provides mobility to the neck and is made up of multiple connecting joints, discs, muscles and ligaments. Migraine headaches are common in patients with neck injuries or neck conditions.

By seeing the specialized doctors at The Spine & Rehab Group, you have access to not only Neck Pain Doctors but also Spine Specialists and Back Pain Specialists who are experts in finding the root cause of your neck pain.

Our team of Neck Pain Specialists at The Spine & Rehab Group is focused on finding the cause of your neck pain and helping you find the best neck pain treatment option available. Neck pain can be the result of numerous conditions connected to the back and the spine as well as neck injuries and trauma.

The most common causes of neck pain seen by the neck pain doctors at The Spine & Rehab Group include; Spinal Stenosis of the neck, Herniated Discs in the neck, Degenerative Disc Disease of the neck, pinched nerves in the neck due to a neck inury or accident and Whiplash.

Read below for more information about these common neck pain conditions and their treatments.

The treatment methods for neck pain, neck conditions and neck injuries at our Manhattan and New Jersey locations are non-surgical treatments that lend to proper diagnosis, effective treatments and faster healing time.

At The Spine & Rehab Group in NYC and New Jersey, our team of Neck Pain Specialists and Back Pain Specialists work together to provide neck pain relief with various cervical pain or neck pain treatments using a non-surgical approach. Common effective treatments for neck pain include:

Physical Therapy – Customized physical therapy treatments for neck pain and back pain created by your team of Neck Pain Specialists, Interventional Spine Specialists and Physical Therapists. Physical therapy is often effective in treating a flare up of a neck condition and provides rehabilitation from a neck injury.

Medical Massage Therapy – Performed by a Licensed Massage Therapist in conjunction with Physical Therapy.

Acupuncture – Performed by a Certified Acupuncturist for neck pain relief.

Interventional Pain Management – Non-surgical procedures such as Cervical Epidural Steroid Injections are effective in relieving many forms of neck pain.