Conditions we treat
Willow Chiropractic - specialists in relieving neck pain
Neck pain really is a 'pain in the neck'. It can be the result of a sudden, violent movement of the head, or it can seem to come on for no apparent reason at all. Whatever the cause, it's uncomfortable and often inhibits movement of the head, which can be very dangerous for drivers. Many people accept it as being the inevitable fall-out of everyday life, putting it down to stress or long hours working at a desk. It doesn't have to be this way!
Chiropractic is extremely effective in treating neck pain. At Willow Chiropractic, we’ve seen hundreds of people with this condition leave the clinic pain-free. One patient, Wendy, said; "The benefit for me has been tremendous, I am free of back, neck and shoulder pain for the first time in many months.”
Our expert Chiropractors can help you
We use the latest techniques and equipment to relieve tension, loosen up muscles, and get the joints in the spine and neck to move better. Often, it is a long-term issue, that is why we recommend that you see one of our specialists, so they can examine your neck and discuss the best possible plan of care for you. Our goal is to get you feeling and moving better as quickly as possible, and to address the underlying problem to make sure that the pain doesn’t come back.
So, whatever caused your neck pain, an injury, traffic accident, stress, or work, don't just put up with pain, take action.
Arrange a consultation today with one of our qualified Chiropractors and start your journey towards a pain-free life.
Are you suffering from Neck Pain?
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Why choose Willow?
We aim to make a real difference to your life by relieving you of pain and enabling you to live your life to the full.
Located throughout Bristol and the surrounding area
Affordable prices - and a choice of payment plans
Highly qualified, experienced Chiropractors
Proven results - read what our patients say
We treat a wide range of other conditions
Related case studies
Treated for back pain at our Nailsea clinic.
“I didn’t know what to expect as I had never been to a chiropractor before, but I was curious and open minded. My lower back was what initially drove me to seek out chiropractic care, but I didn’t realise how interconnected the body was.”
About neck pain
Neck pain really is a 'pain in the neck'- it's where the saying comes from! A lot of people accept it as part of everyday life, with many of us putting neck ache down to stress, or the inevitable fall-out of working at a desk.
Twisted or Locked Neck
A twisted or locked neck, also known as acute torticollis, is caused by injury to the neck muscles or joints. It can be caused by bad posture, poor sleeping positions, or carrying heavy loads, such as a workbag, for a prolonged period.
Wear and tear in the neck (Cervical Spondylosis)
Neck pain can be caused by wear and tear to the bones and joints in your neck. This leads to stiffness, inflammation, reduced movement, and pain down the arms. Many people also experience numbness, tingling, and weakness in the arms and hands. It is particularly common amongst the over 50s.
Whiplash is caused by a sudden movement of the head, commonly caused by an impact such as a car accident, although it can be caused by any sudden impact that causes the neck to overstretch. This damages the tendons and ligaments in the neck and it can be excruciating. Whiplash can also cause tenderness, headaches and limited, painful neck movements.
Pinched Nerve (Cervical Radiculopathy)
Neck pain can be caused by pressure on a nerve in the neck. This nerve pressure can cause the symptoms to radiate down the arm. These include pain, pins and needles, and loss of sensation in the arm.
Treating Neck Pain
Chiropractic treatment is extremely effective at treating neck pain. We use the latest techniques and equipment to relieve the tension, loosen up the muscles, and get the joints in the spine and neck to move better. Our goal is to get you feeling better as quickly as possible, and to address the underlying problem to make sure that the pain doesn’t come back. Often, it is a long-term issue, that is why we recommend that you see one of our specialists, so they can examine your neck and discuss what is best for you.
Pain in your neck
Difficulty moving your neck