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Do You Have Full Neck Motion?

Most of my neck pain patients don’t realize their neck range of motion has become limited. Over time if you don't use your full range of motion you lose it. There are common compensation patterns I see for decreased neck range of motion. For decreased rotation range of motion people turn their whole body. If looking up has decreased, people would compensate by extending their low back.

 

Below is a quick check to see if you have full neck range of motion:



If you have neck pain or notice limitations in any of these motions Physical Therapy can help! As a certified orthopedic manual therapist, I use different techniques to loosen up muscles and joints in the neck to regain motion and decrease pain. Fill out the contact form on my website if you would like to chat.


Lauren DeYoe


Doctor of Physical Therapy

Reiki Master

Owner Reiki PT

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