Cervical Angina Relief

Cervical angina relief is determined if you can find the cause of the pain.

Cervical angina is one potential cause of noncardiac chest pain and originates from disorders of the cervical spine.

Cervical Angina

Cervical angina is anterior chest pain that is usually described as sharp, achy, or crushing in quality.

Neck pain, stiffness, headaches, shoulder, or arm pain may be present.

A clinician should have a strong suspicion for cervical angina in any patient with inadequately explained noncardiac chest pain.

This is especially important when neurologic signs and symptoms are present. It is also considered when cardiac causes are ruled out.

If you have pain in and around the chest and cardiac causes have been ruled out, you may have cervical angina. If so, the good news is that you do not need surgery!

All medical providers suggest trying physical therapy first to help with pain and get to the underlying reason of why your chest hurts.

Cervical angina relief can come from working with a specialist in neck disorders. Treatments can include manual therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilization, stretching and exercise.

It is pertinent for the clinician to find what “picks” at your symptoms and therefore that determines a more direct approach.

If you have suffering from cervical angina, contact us to see if we are a fit for you!

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