Clinical guidelines recommend neck pain and disability is treated using a multimodal package of care with exercise as an integral component.* Therefore, moving your neck can help, but moving with purpose and without “picking” at your symptoms is key to understanding your problem and finding what exercises are best, not just what is mediocre and cookie-cutter!
Due to the different roles of the deep and superficial axial muscles, it is pertinent to strengthen the deep muscles and inhibit the superficial muscles for optimal outcomes. This is based on research indicating that overactive superficial musculature compensates for lost stabilizing role of the deep musculature.
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We are big supporters of the phrase, “Movement is Medicine” to help pain, but it needs be done right to most effectively help you!
That is why we created the “Feel it to Heal it Physio” Approach — so you know where to feel your movements and, even more importantly, where NOT to feel them!
Our approach teaches you to be aware of what your body is telling you when you move it, especially when you are exercising!
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