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Neck and Shoulder Treatment

Helping to solve your neck and shoulder problems

Do you feel tense and stiff around your neck and shoulders? Are you suffering from regular headaches or having trouble sleeping? Have you experienced reduced movement or felt a sharp pain when reaching or turning your head? Neck and shoulder pain are commonly linked and can make everyday activities very painful and tiring. So, if you suffer with neck and shoulder problems, it could be time to get to the bottom of your pain and get on with living your life without restrictions.

Most people will suffer with neck and shoulder problems at some point in their lifetime, whether they’re brought on through stress, work, exercise or postural problems. It’s common for muscles around the neck and shoulder to become tight and pull, which can make normal activities very painful and you may find driving, typing, or even getting dressed a challenge.

In today’s busy society, more people spend a large portion of their time looking down at computer screens, laptops, tablets and mobiles, in unnatural positions that strain muscles and build tension. This can cause neck and shoulder pain that varies in intensity, ranging from mild stiffness to extreme, limiting pain. Often pain and stiffness can recur and treatments – such as anti-inflammatory tablets, ice and heat packs or rest – provide short lived relief. When issues arise, they can impact the quality of your life, preventing you from taking part in your favourite activities and even stopping you from carrying out basic daily tasks.

When neck or shoulder pain comes on, seeking the appropriate care and treatment can make a real difference to your pain levels and recovery. At The Injury Clinic Market Harborough we’ve helped hundreds of local people to live pain free, removing the need for painkillers, visits to the doctors or time off work. We understand that pain can be tiring and impact your mood and, often, you want to get back to what you enjoy doing most – or even doing simple things like washing your hair. That’s why we focus our treatment plans on a combination of exercise and therapy techniques derived from physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractics, designed to get you feeling more like yourself again. We’re passionate about giving you a long-term solution that will help you live pain free, keep you mobile and get you back doing what you love.

Whatever your neck and shoulder pain, we’re here to help.

If your neck and shoulder pain is urgent, please get in touch by selecting one of the options below…

See what our clients say

"Absolutely fabulous place! informative, very friendly and has worked miracles for me and my 10 year old son. They used acupuncture to treat my rotator cuff and is still in the process of treating my injured son but he's already much better after just one session. Would highly recommend!"

Sarah

"I am truely shocked with how much The Injury Clinic were able to do. I haven't been able to lie on my side for 6 months but last night I managed it and there was barely any pain. Can't wait to see what a few more sessions can do!"

David

Engineer

"To be able to get back to proper training, classes and general day to day duties without pain and discomfort means so much. I am grateful to have been in the very best hands! Thank you!"

Lorraine

Gym Instructor

Common causes of neck and shoulder pain that we can help with include:

  • Facet joint pain
  • Whiplash
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Muscle Strain
  • Rotator Cuff Injury
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Tendonitis
  • Ligament Sprain

What to do next

When neck and shoulder pain stops you from doing the things you love, whether it’s keeping up with the kids, walking the dog, playing golf or running a marathon, it’s time to take action.

Who We Can Help

We don’t claim to be able to help everyone with neck and shoulder issues but if you can answer yes to any of the following then we’ve the right service for you:

  • You’ve recently experienced tension and pain in your neck and shoulder area that has lasted more than 10 days
  • You’ve sharp pain with everyday movements such as looking over your shoulder or putting on a coat
  • You’ve been to see your GP and have only been given painkillers that you feel aren’t helping
  • You’re concerned that your neck or shoulder pain is disrupting your sleep and gets worse through the night
  • You wake in the morning with pain and stiffness in your neck and shoulder
  • You’ve been putting up with muscle tension that’s causing discomfort that seems to be getting worse or more frequent
  • You’ve no idea what is causing your neck and shoulder pain, you’re worried that it’s not going away, and you want to know what can be done to sort it

If you can say yes to any of the above then our neck and shoulder treatment service is right for you.

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MONDAY 09:00 – 20:00
TUESDAY 09:00 – 20:00
WEDNESDAY 09:00 – 20:00
THURSDAY 09:00 – 20:00
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If you're ready to book an appointment just click below to fill out our appointment request form, otherwise if you have any questions prior to booking we can be reached via email or talk to us directly on 01858 288260 and we'll answer any questions you may have.

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Got a question? Feel free to send us a message and one of the team will get back to you asap, if you'd like to talk to someone directly, give the clinic a call on 01858 288 260

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If you’re looking for an alternative to long-term use of painkillers, visits back and forth to your doctor or even surgery;

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then the tips we share with you here in this e-guide are a good place to start on your journey to getting active again and back to the things you enjoy most.

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What’s in this guide?

Do you feel tense and stiff around your neck and shoulders? Are you suffering from regular headaches or having trouble sleeping? Have you experienced reduced movement or felt a sharp pain when reaching or turning your head or when reaching to get undressed?

Inside this free guide you will find our 7 expert tips to help relieve your neck and shoulder pain, allowing you to start making progress right away.

  • Should I replace my pillow?
  • Could my posture affect me shoulders and neck? 
  • What simple changes will help my pain?
  • What does drinking more have to do with my pain?
  • Should I use hot or cold?

All these commonly asked questions (and more!) will be answered inside this free guide.

If you’re looking for an alternative to long-term use of painkillers, disturbed sleep, tension headaches and limited daily movements;

then the tips we share with you in this e-guide are a good place to start on your journey to getting back to the activities you enjoy the most.