Treatments for neck problems or a whiplash injury
A persistent whiplash injury in Cobham or neck problem can cause you difficulty in your day to day life, meaning that you struggle to do simple things such as cleaning and household chores, as well as working at a computer every day.
Although neck pain can be tricky to sort out once and for all, there are a range of treatments available on the NHS, or other treatments which you can pay for.
These treatments will help you to overcome your neck pain, either healing the whiplash injury in Cobham or source of pain for good, or at least making the symptoms manageable so that you can think about moving on and getting back to your everyday life after your injury.
If your whiplash injury in Cobham or neck problem came about as the result of an accident which was not your fault, Accident Advice Helpline can be a great source of advice and support, and can also put you in touch with an experienced personal injury lawyer who can work with you on a 100% no win no fee* basis to get you the compensation you deserve.
Accident Advice Helpline
Call the helpline on: 0800 689 0500, or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to speak to the team about your accident and whiplash injury in Cobham and find out whether or not you have a good case for a successful compensation claim.
If you do, and you decide to go ahead (although you are under no obligation to proceed), dedicated injury lawyers will work on your behalf on your claim, so you shouldn’t even have to go to court.
If you see your doctor about neck pain then they will often offer you a type of medication to help you through the pain, as well as offering a referral to a good physical therapist who can start to work on your pain more directly.
With physical therapy you will undergo manipulation from your therapist which adjusts parts of your neck and spine to release tension and ease pain. You will also learn how to loosen up your neck to regain your full range of mobility.
The Alexander Technique
This is a famous technique used to help with posture and problems with the back, neck and spine. You should always go to a trained therapist to learn this technique, as otherwise you can cause more damage than good, but once you have learned the technique you can do it at home on your own.
For more serious neck problems, a doctor may give you regular steroid injections which bring down any swelling and inflammation and help a lot with the pain. It works as a long-acting anaesthetic which can be more useful than any other type of painkiller.