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Understanding the Causes of Chronic Neck Pain: A Comprehensive Overview

Understanding the Causes of Chronic Neck Pain: A Comprehensive Overview

Neck pain is a common condition with Harvard Health noting that up to 80% of people experience it at some point in their life. Somewhere between 20 to 50% of people will deal with it on a yearly basis. So even if you’ve not had to deal with chronic neck pain yet, there’s a good chance that you will have to at some point. Fortunately, if you’re in pain, a spine surgeon can help. Should you or a loved one be struggling with neck pain and want treatment in Dallas, Rockwall, and Forney, TX, schedule an appointment with Dr. Craig Callewart. As a surgeon and chronic pain expert, he has helped countless patients address pain, limited mobility, and other issues.

Let’s take a look at some of the most common causes of neck pain. Of course, this list isn’t exhaustive, but it does cover many of the most common causes of chronic pain.

Car Accident Injuries

 If you have been in a car accident, you may end up suffering chronic neck pain. One of the most prominent causes of chronic pain in the neck is whiplash, which occurs when a vehicle suddenly decelerates and the head and neck whip forward and back.

Personal Injuries

 You might suffer a slip in the shower or while at work. You could trip down the stairs, or overexert yourself while gardening or moving boxes in the garage. The potential causes of personal injuries are innumerable and neck aches are a common result. Over-exertion ranks among the most common causes of chronic pain, including neck aches.

Dr. Callewart can help you avoid overexertion and can show you how proper lifting techniques and other things can reduce strain. If you or a loved one are suffering chronic back and neck pain and need treatment in Dallas, Rockwall, and Forney, TX, reach out for relief.

Poor Ergonomics

 If the desk chair in your office or the bed or pillow you use doesn’t provide proper support, it could result in issues with your spine and the muscles in your back or neck. The result? Often, folks experience neck pain. A medical professional can help you identify furniture that might be causing issues and also furniture that will provide better support.

Bad Posture

 Poor posture while you are walking, sitting, playing sports, or pretty much anywhere else can result in lasting neck pain. A medical professional can help you examine your posture and uncover problems. Correcting your posture could relieve neck and back pain.

Many other things can cause chronic aches in your back and neck. If you need help with chronic back and neck and you live in or near Dallas, Rockwall, and Forney, TX, contact Dr. Callewart by calling (214) 271 4585

Understanding the Causes of Chronic Neck Pain: A Comprehensive Overview

Neck pain is a common condition with Harvard Health noting that up to 80% of people experience it at some point in their life. Somewhere between 20 to 50% of people will deal with it on a yearly basis. So even if you’ve not had to deal with chronic neck pain yet, there’s a good chance that you will have to at some point. Fortunately, if you’re in pain, a spine surgeon can help. Should you or a loved one be struggling with neck pain and want treatment in Dallas, Rockwall, and Forney, TX, schedule an appointment with Dr. Craig Callewart. As a surgeon and chronic pain expert, he has helped countless patients address pain, limited mobility, and other issues.

Let’s take a look at some of the most common causes of neck pain. Of course, this list isn’t exhaustive, but it does cover many of the most common causes of chronic pain.

Car Accident Injuries

 If you have been in a car accident, you may end up suffering chronic neck pain. One of the most prominent causes of chronic pain in the neck is whiplash, which occurs when a vehicle suddenly decelerates and the head and neck whip forward and back.

Personal Injuries

 You might suffer a slip in the shower or while at work. You could trip down the stairs, or overexert yourself while gardening or moving boxes in the garage. The potential causes of personal injuries are innumerable and neck aches are a common result. Over-exertion ranks among the most common causes of chronic pain, including neck aches.

Dr. Callewart can help you avoid overexertion and can show you how proper lifting techniques and other things can reduce strain. If you or a loved one are suffering chronic back and neck pain and need treatment in Dallas, Rockwall, and Forney, TX, reach out for relief.

Poor Ergonomics

 If the desk chair in your office or the bed or pillow you use doesn’t provide proper support, it could result in issues with your spine and the muscles in your back or neck. The result? Often, folks experience neck pain. A medical professional can help you identify furniture that might be causing issues and also furniture that will provide better support.

Bad Posture

 Poor posture while you are walking, sitting, playing sports, or pretty much anywhere else can result in lasting neck pain. A medical professional can help you examine your posture and uncover problems. Correcting your posture could relieve neck and back pain.

Many other things can cause chronic aches in your back and neck. If you need help with chronic back and neck and you live in or near Dallas, Rockwall, and Forney, TX, contact Dr. Callewart by calling (214) 271 4585

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Forney, TX 75126

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Rockwall, TX 75032

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