Nothing more frustrating than to have to stop exercising and not be able to do the hobbies and crafts you enjoy because of neck and shoulder pain. This is what happened to Alyssa. When Alyssa first came to our office, she was experiencing moderate to severe neck pain that radiated into her shoulder, midback and down her arms. This is a drag for anyone, especially when your job is that of a potter, like Alyssa. Upon performing an exam and X-Rays, we discovered that Alyssa had lost her normal lordotic cervical curve. This happens commonly when we engage in hobbies that require us to look down for long periods of time, which was the case for Alyssa. Liste to this video to hear how Alyssa has recovered from her neck, mid back, and shoulder pain and what she is able to do now!
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