Your neck – also referred to as the cervical spine – is a delicate accumulation of vertebrae, nerves and muscles that work to support your head. The neck is very flexible and capable of rotating from side to side, up and down. Though the neck is not weak, it is susceptible to injury and pain. Neck pain is a common complain and is often the result of poor posture, whiplash, or even stress. Even a simple fall or sports injury is enough to cause a sprain or compress a disc. If you are experiencing neck pain that won’t seem to go away, treatment by Dr. Michael Impaglia of the Buffalo Chiropractic Center may be your solution.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I see a chiropractor for my neck pain?

Yes. Chiropractors are trained and experienced in all types of musculoskeletal pain. Diagnostic testing and an in-person consultation will make it possible for Dr. Michael Impaglia of the Buffalo Chiropractic Center to determine whether your chronic neck pain can be treated with chiropractic. If your Dr. Impaglia believes it will be best served from a different type of medical practitioner, he will provide the appropriate referral.

What should I expect at my chiropractic appointment?

Dr. Michael Impaglia of the Buffalo Chiropractic Center will perform a neck adjustment, or cervical manipulation treatment. This is a manual procedure that takes just seconds to complete, but is capable of delivering instantaneous results. Many patients experience immediate relief for chronic neck pain, as well as muscle stiffness. You may here popping as your chiropractor completes the cervical adjustment, but the treatment is not likely to be painful.

Is there anything I can do to help prevent neck pain in the future?

Yes. You may experience less neck pain by periodically visiting the chiropractor for preventative adjustments. In addition, Dr. Michael Impaglia of the Buffalo Chiropractic Center may suggest getting frequent massages or practicing better posture to protect yourself against recurrent neck pain.

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