New hack for neck pain based on pain science.

Hey guys,

I have been doing some research into pain science recently and have been having some improved success with this techniques for helping pain especially in the neck region for headaches, migraines and neck pain. 
For years now in massage and chiropractic care, we have focused on treating large muscle fibers and large branches of nerves that travel out of our spine, but research into pain science is showing something different. It shows that superficial (shallow) nerves & muscles may be sending signals to larger nerves and muscles causing the issues. So addressing these structures closer to the skin may be better for working out pain. I made this video to go over some different techniques for helping your neck pain and headaches with better, longer lasting results. 

I hope this helps and please share with anyone else that may be dealing this and its affecting their life.

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P.S. If you are suffering from something and want some help. Feel free to reply with what is bothering you and I will work to make a video! 

Corey Idrogo DC 
- Owner/ Sports Chiropractor
Centered Health & Wellness
CrossFit 10-99
4109 Mountain View Avenue 
Suite 400
Chattanooga, TN 37415
(423) 315-1690 

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