Stretch therapy helps for neck pain.
Neck pain is a term used to widely describe a number of different conditions that you can have in your neck. Ranging from Cervical spondylosis, whiplash, strain, herniated disc right through to arthritis.
Most people experience neck pain in some point of their lives, and frequently they do not have the answers to deal with this problem appropriately and effectively resulting in them having to experience pain for a much longer period of time then was necessary.
Most neck pain starts with an insidious onset, in other word symptoms that have come on rather gradually. starting with an uncomfortable pain in the upper shoulder area after a nights sleep or the day after you have been doing some unusual activities.
Other neck pains are more acute and can be related to an accident.
Either way do we feel that just normal anti inflammatory medication just might not completely work. Once the onset of pain has begun, its like a vicious circle within the functionality patterns of the muscles supporting the neck, with the brain delegating all sorts of different compensation patterns.
These muscles that are painful need to be stretched precisely withing their individual ranges of motion and angles of movement. Active Isolated stretching is the most precise, scientific and advanced stretching method known to this day, and is geared completely to asses and cure your neck pain.
Active isolated stretching was developed by Aaron L Mattes after more than 40 years of clinical work and research. And it is now a widely used therapeutic treatment method around the world, with stretch therapy offices in Australia, Bahamas, Belgium, Bermuda, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom, USA (www.stretchingusa.com/practitioners
For more information of stretch therapy in South Africa, visit www.stretchinsa.co.za