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Neck Pain and Headaches

Neck Pain and Headache Treatment in Ohio 

Research shows 1 in 3 people experience neck pain and headaches. Neck pain and headaches often occur together because the head and neck share many tissues. Symptoms can get worse or better depending on things like posture, stress level, and activity.

Neck pain often presents with neck stiffness, shoulder pain, muscle tightness, and jaw pain. If your condition involves nerve root compression (cervical radiculopathy), pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in an arm may also develop.

At our Columbus, Ohio pain management clinic, our team meets hundreds of people every year looking for relief from these issues. We’d be honored to help you get to the bottom of your symptoms – just call our clinic to schedule an appointment: (614) 383-6450.

Common Causes of Neck Pain and Headaches

At our pain management clinic, we frequently diagnose the following causes of neck pain and headaches:

  • Acute neck trauma, e.g., whiplash or disc herniation from a car accident, fall, or sports injury
  • Mechanical strain from prolonged poor posture, e.g., “tech neck”
  • Degenerative conditions like degenerative disc disease, stenosis, osteoarthritis, or scar tissue from old injuries
  • Inherited conditions like scoliosis 
  • Weak core musculature (often as a result of sitting too much and using poor body mechanics)

With migraines, genes, stress, and certain sounds, noises, or smells may also play a role. Women experience neck pain more often than men, but neck pain and headaches can affect anyone. 

Treatment for Neck Pain and Headaches

After using thorough diagnostic tests and procedures, our team implements individualized neck pain treatment that may include nerve blocks, medications, or pain-relieving injections.

Bothered by a Pain in the Neck?
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Find meaningful relief for your neck pain and headaches by working with our compassionate pain management team in Ohio. Complete the form below, or call today to schedule your consultation: (614) 383-6450.

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