About Neck Pain
Mild to severe neck pain is a common complaint among men and women of varying ages. Discomfort in the neck and shoulders can arise from strained or overworked muscles, poor posture, or a previous injury. Chronic neck pain may also be a sign of a more serious health condition, which is why it's important to see a medical professional as soon as possible to evaluate your discomfort. At Tricity Pain Associates, our highly trained team of specialists can provide a thorough assessment of your pain and discuss different therapies and noninvasive treatments that are available to help manage your symptoms. We offer locations all throughout the state of Texas and have served thousands of patients suffering from dull to severe neck pain.
"I see Dr shroll he is amazing and compassionate. he made sure to try and exhaust all options for me since I am allergic to a lot of medications. I have felt like a new person for a year now that I have been going to him."- L.A. / Facebook / Mar 24, 2020
"Great Job! I couldn't be happier. I got an injection yesturday and my pain is gone today! Wow!"- K.O. / Google / Feb 21, 2020
"My appointment was right on time and the staff from the front desk through the clinician were knowledgeable and listened carefully to my issues."- T.K. / Google / Feb 19, 2020
"PA Kagan and all his staff at the Briggs office have always treated me with respect and like a human being that is in pain and needs their help. They have helped me have some quality to my life which is hard when you are a chronic pain patient. THANK YOU!!!"- E.A. / Google / Feb 17, 2020
"Dr. Tong is the best. Had injections done and so far so good. Hoping pain wont come back"- Y.F. / Google / Feb 16, 2020
Symptoms of Neck Pain
The most common signs and symptoms of neck discomfort often include:
- Muscle tightness or stiff neck
- Muscles spasms, numbness, or tingling
- The inability to rotate or move your head naturally
- Severe headaches or migraines
These concerns will vary from person to person and may be chronic in nature or arise suddenly for short periods at a time.
Causes of Neck Pain
The cervical region or upper portion of the spine is made up of small bones known as vertebrae that line the back of the neck from the skull down to the shoulders. Between each vertebra are discs that help absorb shock between the bones. If there is any misalignment of these bones or a damaged disc (also known as a slipped disc), then mild to severe pain generally follows. Discomfort in the neck may also be caused by injury to the muscles and ligaments in the neck that occurred during contact sports, a bad fall, or whiplash from a car accident. Typically, neck pain is not a cause for serious concern and can be easily eased with medication or other therapies. However, in some cases, neck pain may be caused by osteoarthritis, which is the deterioration of the underlying cartilage and bone. If you are experiencing ongoing neck pain, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our team at Tricity Pain Associates.
Treatments for Neck Pain
In most cases, neck pain will resolve on its own within a few days. If you have been experiencing severe discomfort in your neck for more than a week, you should schedule an appointment with our team to learn about all of your options. Our medical professionals are highly trained in pain management and can assess your condition to discover the best therapy for you. Common treatments for neck pain are steroid injections, physical therapy, nerve stimulation, neck collars, heat and cold therapy, and medication. During your initial appointment, we can make recommendations on which treatments may help bring the most improvement for your condition.
Get the right help
Our body is more vulnerable to chronic conditions as we age. Find a trusted physician for pain treatment at Tricity Pain Associates to provide you with the right solution for your neck pain woes. Thousands of individuals in Texas alone are plagued by chronic pain. Here at Tricity Pain Associates, we are committed to helping you discover the most appropriate treatments for your condition to bring the relief you need.