Regardless of age or gender, 80 per cent of the population will suffer from neck pain & injury at some time in their life. Neck sprains and strains, such as whiplash are common. Sprains and strains are similar but different soft tissue disorders.
As one of Melbourne’s leading injury clinics in the northern suburbs and city; we provide care to all local University Of Melbourne residents and surrounding communities.
We aim treat your neck injury or pain as effectively and efficiently as possible, being conveniently located in the Melbourne CBD and Reservoir. Our team of allied health professionals including Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists & Podiatrists offer professional care to address the source of your problem and pain.
Before our practitioners can determine the appropriate treatment for your specific neck injury and it’s treatment, they will thoroughly assess you with standard medical, Orthopedic and special Osteopathic tests. Using skilled evaluation, diagnosis and a wide range of hands-on techniques, our team can identify important types of neck injury symptoms in your body and determine personalised treatment plans to fix them.
Whiplash is a common type of sprain often referred to a hyperextension and hyperflexion injury. Muscle pain that develops from cradling the phone between the ear and shoulder is an example of a strain. Both sprains and strains can cause severe pain and sometimes are temporarily disabling.
Typical symptoms include:
Our comprehensive diagnostic process includes:
Many different nonsurgical neck injury treatment & options help relieve neck sprain or strain symptoms. These include:
*A cervical collar is a short-term treatment to help support tender and painful neck tissues while they heal. A collar can reduce neck and upper back pain by relieving muscle spasm and cervical fatigue.
In conjunction with these treatments, our team will educate you about healthy posture and proper body mechanics.
Symptoms of a cervical sprain or strain may be similar to other spinal disorders. If pain or symptoms persist or worsen, call our office for an appointment. Our medical staff will provide you with excellent information to help you recover and stay healthy.