Neck pain can occur anywhere from the bottom of the head to the top of the shoulders. It can also spread to your upper back or arms, limiting how much you can move your head and neck. Chronic neck pain can leave you feeling fatigued, anxious and depressed, and seriously diminish your quality of life. Some patients complain of numbness and tingling in the hands, or they may have trouble sleeping or trouble driving because of neck stiffness.
A pinched nerve in the neck can cause pain and soreness in other parts of the body, including muscle soreness in the neck, the top of the shoulders or shoulder blades. A pinched nerve in the neck can also precipitate headaches, numbness in the face and migraines. Nerve pinching in the neck can also lead to pain, numbness or tingling in the arm, biceps, forearm and hand. Most chronic pain does not require surgery. Neck Pain Treatment options are available.
When severe neck pain strikes, it can be difficult to focus on completing the simplest everyday tasks. Dr. Callewart and his skilled team of professionals understand how pain affects the body. We are ready to address your neck pain issues with sophisticated treatment plans developed to meet your specific needs and provide significant relief from severe neck pain.
Neck pain may be a symptom of trauma due to job-related injury or strenuous activity from repetitive or heavy lifting. Neck pain sufferers may feel stiffness or knots in the neck, limiting range of motion.
Dr. Craig C. Callewart provides comprehensive treatment options to patients suffering from severe neck pain in Dallas and Addison, Texas.