Do you suffer from neck pain?
Neck pain can be very disruptive to our lives. Neck strains and sprains can be extremely uncomfortable and often accompanied with pain.
Neck discomfort may be caused by injury, poor posture, sleeping differently, stress, repetitive motions, holding your head in a position for long periods, a degenerative issue or even as a result of an infection. People seeking relief from neck pain is fast becoming more commonplace in today’s society. Poor posture is increasing due to modern day technology with the use of smartphones and tablets. We seem to be always looking down at our phones, which cause structural problems with our neck and spine, leading to pain and discomfort.
Neck strengthening exercises and stretching is an important part of neck health. Whether you are treating an injury or postural behaviour, our trainers at the Optimum Movement Centre will create a tailored program that will help treat your specific needs. The OMC incorporates MedX equipment along with functional exercises to build strength, increase power, mobility, flexibility, agility, endurance, reduce pain and prevent further injury.
To support the strengthening of the neck, the MedX Core 4 Way Neck machine trains the muscles of the neck for improved range of motion. It also stretches and strengthens the cervical spinal muscles whilst promoting an increased range of motion. The video below demonstrates how this machine specifically strengthens the neck.
MedX equipment is scientifically designed and uses proven technology, incorporating years and millions of dollars of medically based, independent and university-based research. MedX equipment has been known to help thousands of people reduce or eliminate their back and neck pain whilst increasing function and quality of life. Please visit this link for clinical research on how this equipment works: http://www.medxonline.com/about.php
The OMC incorporates MedX equipment with functional fitness exercises designed to support your unique needs; whether it is for pain management and rehabilitation, maintenance of a healthy and active body or to assist with athletic endeavours. Everyone can benefit from a strong, flexible and structurally sound neck.
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We always recommend consulting with your Health Care practitioner prior to beginning any new program or exercise. Please consult with your Health Care professional prior to beginning your movement program with the Optimum Movement Centre™.