Treating neck pain is a process that involves both the patient and the health care provider. At ARJC, we work towards creating an individualized care program that works for each patient and responds to their particular needs and life circumstances.
(PRWEB) May 02, 2017
Advanced Rehabilitation of Jersey City recently announced that they will be offering Cox Technic therapy services after two of their on-staff doctors became certified in the technique. Cox Technic therapy is an “evidence-based spinal manipulation with a rich history of clinical and biomechanical research efforts performed in laboratories [...] with practitioner excitement and desire to show what is possible with non-surgical, chiropractic spine care for many spine conditions.” The therapy is useful in treating and managing a number of different conditions, especially neck pain, as it reduces pressure on the vertebrae.
Treatment typically involves spinal flexion-distraction and decompression, in addition to a number of protocols, including: “electrical stimulation, physiological therapeutics, including heat and ice therapy, massage therapy, trigger point therapy, exercise, nutrition, neck or back braces, back school instruction, pain management, X-rays, MRI / imaging, and ergonomic training.”
Neck pain can be caused by any number of factors, including physical and environmental. Stress on the vertebrae from trauma and poor posture can lead to a lifetime of neck pain if left untreated. Non-surgical interventions like Cox Therapy are recommended as a first line of defense in treating neck pain.
“Treating neck pain is a process that involves both the patient and the health care provider. At ARJC, we work towards creating an individualized care program that works for each patient and responds to their particular needs and life circumstances. Sometimes treatment is as simple as identifying environmental causes of pain, like a poorly-designed workspace or long commute. With just a few short treatments, many of our patients find relief.” said a staff member.
In addition to Cox Therapy, ARJC offers a wide variety of services to address neck pain. The clinic staff includes a number of medical specialists who care care for patients. In addition to an on-staff neurologist and pain management specialist, a team of chiropractors and physical therapists are available. In addition to chiropractic, pain management, massage and physical therapy and accident rehabilitation services, the clinic also offers nutrition, diet, exercise and supplementation consultations to support overall patient health.
Neck pain sufferers from Jersey City, Hoboken, Bayonne and surrounding areas are encouraged to contact ARJC for a consultation to learn more about what treatment options are available to them. Visit http://www.jerseycitypainmanagement.com/ or call (201) 795-1665 to learn more.