Moving your head, looking for something, reading, sitting, lying down, breathing, any movement can cause discomfort when you have neck pain. This condition causes the entire spine to lose its correct alignment. Neck pain generates pressure on the discs that cushion the movement of the cervical. This can result in injuries like a hernia that only invasive methods and surgery can cure. Seven out of ten people suffer from neck pain at some point in their life.
The mobility of the neck is unmatched, but the longer we adopt a bad posture, there is more risk of suffering deep muscular tension by maintaining the balance of the entire spine. This can hurt the nerves located on the sides of the spine, which absorb a large amount of energy, creating pain and numbness in the arms, shoulders and affecting internal organs.
How can I regain my neck health without invasive methods?
Neck pain is related to an injury to the first vertebra of the spine known as Atlas. It is placed exactly below the hollow of the skull, making it very difficult to access it. The displacement of the atlas causes a constant and strong tension in the entire spinal column. Over the years, if this condition is not treated, it triggers serious conditions such as herniated discs, sciatica, scoliosis, wear of intervertebral discs, knee and hip pain, among others. Doctors and spine specialists use reliable and effective methods like Cordus to reach that inaccessible area and stimulate deeper contracted cervical muscles that cannot recover 100% on their own with rest.
You can complement this treatment with Sacrus, an anatomically designed device that specializes in restoring the spine’s poles. The great benefit of these devices is that patients can use them from the comfort of their home or office on the couch or a rug. In addition to Cordus and Sacrus, we recommend the practice of different restorative yoga positions to strengthen the muscles and relieve tension so that the spine returns to its natural and healthy shape.