A Pain in the Neck

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Neck pain, headaches and shoulder pain are the plague of prolonged sitting at computers. Hours in front of the screen tend to result in slumped posture and increased compression especially at the upper part of the neck, which can result in diffuse headaches known as cervicogenic headaches. Keeping your neck mobile is key to preventing these problems as well as taking regular breaks. The link below shows a series of different exercises to help prevent and treat these problems. One word of caution is, GO SLOWLY! Most peoples necks do not react well to very quick movements! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3jfREJzAXI
If need you further assistance from Mark our Physiotherapist please email mark@momentum-physio.co.uk


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