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Neck and Back Physical Therapy

A person’s neck and back are among their most important and most delicate body parts. There are many ways to hurt both, ranging from traumatic experiences to whiplash and athletic injuries to seemingly innocuous ones like weight gain or heavy lifting.

If you find it hard to get through the day due to frequent pain and restricted movement, Cawley Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation can help. We offer neck and back physical therapy in NEPA alongside a host of other services, including post-operative rehab, concussion management, deep tissue laser therapy, and more.

Too many people who need help never get it because they assume their various aches and pains are normal. If your body is hurting, though, that means it’s trying to tell you something.

If you’ve experienced any of the symptoms below, consider seeking out neck and back physical therapy in NEPA.

If you’ve experienced any of the symptoms below, consider seeking out neck and back physical therapy in NEPA.

Neck Injury Warning Signs

If you have recently been involved in a work accident, vehicle collision, or other mishaps, you should be especially mindful about possibly seeking physical therapy for neck pain. Even if you haven’t, make a note of any soreness in your neck and shoulders. No matter how active your lifestyle is or isn’t, the wear and tear of everyday activity and even aging eventually takes a toll.

If your neck is stiff to the point where you have difficulty turning your head, if neck pain is chronic or recurring, if you’ve experienced numbness, or if you find yourself suffering from severe headaches, you may have a neck injury that needs attention. Don’t put it off; delaying often results in more severe consequences later.

Back Injury Warning Signs

Once again, it’s essential to pay close attention to your back after experiencing any kind of traumatic injury or accident. Just like your neck, your back is home to sensitive spinal nerves and crucial vertebrae that help your body function normally. Any back pain could be related to a larger issue, and ignoring it could result in mobility-limiting or even life-threatening conditions.

Chronic or recurring pain in your back could indicate anything from pulled muscles to herniated or fractured discs to degenerative disc disease and osteoarthritis. Back injuries can also manifest in other ways. Take heed if you experience pain radiating down your arms or legs, for instance, as that could be a sign you’re suffering from sciatica . Consult a healthcare professional as soon as possible to see if you could benefit from physical therapy for back pain

Cawley PT Offers Neck and Back Physical Therapy in NEPA

Cawley Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation is the premier provider of neck and back physical therapy in NEPA. At our state-of-the-art facilities in Pittston, Scranton, Nanticoke, Kingston, Carbondale, Wilkes-Barre, and Trucksville, every patient receives personalized care tailored specifically for their unique needs.

From sports injury rehab to geriatric physical therapy, neuropathy treatment to work conditioning, Cawley Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation offers everything you need to finally start feeling better and living your best life.

Contact us today to learn more!