Text Neck Pain Relief Protocols Established By Experts At Pro Active Chiropractic Center

Text Neck Pain Relief Protocols Established By Experts At Pro Active Chiropractic Center

Chiropractic Care for Text Neck in Columbia MO

Pro Active Chiropractic Center is pleased to announce that the professional team has established a reliable treatment program to correct a growing physical problem among patients who do a lot of texting or looking down at handheld devices. The condition is known as texting neck or text neck. The condition is described from a chiropractor's point of reference as repetitive stress injury in pain due to lengthy periods of watching or texting on mobile devices over a sustained period. The condition is also known as an anterior head syndrome or Turtle Neck posture.

The condition's signs and symptoms include immediate neck or upper back pain when holding a handheld device and general shoulder tightness and pain. Text neck pain is manifested as nagging or sharp pain in the shoulders or neck at day's end. Sufferers can also experience intermittent or constant head pain, which worsens when looking downward or using a computer. Prolonged symptoms can lead to posture problems and related health issues.

TNS is an increasing problem among most people today, at least to some degree. It may be surprising to learn that an average head can weigh up to twelve pounds. The muscles of the neck and spine can balance the head at the top of the spinal column. When looking down at a tablet, phone, or other mobile devices, the typical position is with the head thrust forward to look at the phone. The effective weight grows larger and larger as the head is thrust further into an unnatural position.

Chronic neck pain should never be considered normal. Texting syndrome may be common, but it is far from normal. This type of pain and posture problem can be relieved through specialized and personalized care plans. The treatment begins with a thorough assessment by the doctor to determine the underlying cause of the pain.