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Neck pain exercise

omkar12omkar12 Posts: 40
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:59 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Which is the best exercise for neck pain and Is it really effective for long time. I tried many exercise for many neck pain but it is effective for short time. I am looking for long relief? help me.


  • Neck exercises are based on what your current condition is. Did you have surgery and if so which kind? Do you have a herniated disc or spinal injury? Are you working with a physical therapist? Always consult a specialist before embarking on doing exercises if you have an injury, because you can make things worse.
    2011 ACDF C5-6 for Spondylosis with Myleopathy
    2012 L4-5 herniated disc and hernated disc at C4/5 2013 Taking Amitriptyline for headaches
  • Embarking on an exercise program without having them prescribed by a doctor or physical therapist can be dangerous, since different problems are treated with different exercises and as Lili_Inu said, the wrong exercises can worsen an injury. In fact, I recently "compared notes" with a friend who also has back pain and does PT-prescribed exercises Some of the ones she does are different from mine, and I can see why: she has no herniated disks, whereas I have three in my lumbar spine, which, BTW, I've dubbed my "triplets" (no doubt they all have behavior problems - lol). Best wishes, and keep us posted.
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