Chiropractor for Neck Pain in West Bloomfield, MI

Headaches, tiredness, and tingling fingers can seem like a part of everyday life, but they are usually a symptom of something else going on inside the body! If you look at a screen for long periods of time, do a lot of manual labor or heavy lifting, or have ever been in a sport-related injury or automobile accident, the source of a lot of painful and irritating symptoms could be housed in the delicate vertebrae of your neck!

Neck Pain

Why is the neck such a big deal?

Maybe our necks don’t seem that important, but have you considered that the neck not only supports the weight of your head during all waking hours, but it also houses all ofall the communication of our nerves from our brain to the rest of our body? Spinal issues have been known to cause problems from the tops of our heads, to the bottoms of our feet., and everywhere in between. If you’re experiencing neck pain, you probably have other symptoms going on throughout your body that you weren’t even aware were connected to the literal pain in your neck.

How can I find out what’s wrong?

Instead of masking these symptoms with medications or dealing with debilitating pain for the rest of your life, let the doctors at Michigan Chiropractic Specialists take a looklook at what’s going on, and help you how to get you back to a pain-free and restored lifestyle! Whether the pain has come on suddenly as the result of a traumatic physical event, or it’s something that’s developed over a lifetime of sleep, work, and posture patterns, our chiropractors for neck pain doctors can find the source of the pain and provide relief through spinal realignment and adjustment.

Neck Pain Treatment

You don’t have to live with neck pain.

Our team of medical staff is waiting to come alongside you and help free you from the pain you’ve been living in. Let Drs. Adam and Amanda Apfelblat help bring you better health and a better way of life through chiropractic wellness care by calling and making an appointment today.

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