Neck Pain

Oak Brook Medical Group

Pain Relief Clinic located in Oak Brook, IL

Are you among the 75% of people who suffer from severe pain in the neck? If the answer is yes, it’s time to remove and improve: remove the pain and improve your quality of life. In addition to the stress of chronic pain, neck pain can affect your mobility, strength, and even your ability to get proper rest. With medical care from Oak Brook Medical Group’s neck pain specialists, you can get relief and start feeling like yourself again.

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Neck Pain

There are many different causes of chronic neck pain. Accidents and injury are common triggers, such as whiplash or sports injuries, and sometimes the discomfort in the neck does not manifest until years later. Other common causes of pain in the neck include:

  • Continuous repetitive motion
  • Improper workspace ergonomics
  • Stress
  • Physical disorders such as herniated disc, osteoarthritis, and cervical dystonia

How Can I Get Rid of Neck Discomfort?

You can usually get neck pain relief for minor pains with alternating hot and cold and a nice neck rub, but when the pain is severe and chronic, you need to turn to a neck pain specialist. If a misalignment of the spine is causing the problem, adjustment can help with your discomfort. There are many other treatment options as well, such as:

  • Massage therapy
  • Ultrasound
  • Cold laser
  • TENS
  • Decompression
  • Vibration plates

Contact Oak Brook

The neck pain specialists at Oak Brook Medical Group are ready to help you feel better. Call or email us today to make an appointment for our services, or you can also conveniently book online. Today is the day you reclaim your life.

Neck Pain is a major health concern that can impact up to 75% of the population and is one of the more prevalent symptoms suffered in the United States. A variety of factors like ergonomics and posture can increase the chance of neck pain. When you have neck pain, it can hurt to sit, stand, and lay down, leaving you in a world of discomfort all day and night. Our team of professionals at Oak Brook Medical Group in Oak Brook, Illinois work to reduce neck pain and increase your quality of life thanks to our dedicated team and an integrated medical approach.

Neck Pain Q & A

How Long Will It Take to Feel Better?

Just as each person’s neck pain varies, the length of time and number of treatments needed varies as well. Sometimes a single treatment does the trick for severe discomfort. For other patients, it takes treatments over a period of time to experience neck pain relief. Other important components include the continuum of care, maintenance adjustments, and other treatments that help keep you in tip-top shape.

It can be difficult to pin an exact timeline on conditions such as this. Neck pain varies so greatly from patient to patient, as does recovery time. Depending on why you have neck pain, and what your treatment plan is, the experts at Oak Brook Medical Group can help you better understand how long it’ll take for you to live pain-free.

Why does neck pain happen?

Everything from sports injuries to sleeping with an incorrect pillow at night can cause neck strain and pain. Poor posture, excessive stress, and injury from an accident can cause neck pain too. Physical conditions like a herniated disc, osteoarthritis, and certain infections can wreak havoc on the neck as well.

How can I get rid of neck pain?

Home remedies like lying in certain positions, taking over-the-counter pain meds, and alternating hot and cold packs can provide temporary relief, but the pain almost always comes back. In order to find a more effective or permanent solution to your neck pain, you will need to see a medical professional. Sometimes surgery is needed, but this isn’t always the case. At Oak Brook Medical Group we have several treatment options that can help get rid of neck pain and prevent surgery.

Services we Offer

Physical Therapy

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Massage Therapy

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Trigger Point Injection

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Viscosupplementation Injection

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections

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