Neck Pain Treatment State College PA

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David L. Pick
(814) 692-7425
160 Centennial Hills Road
Port Matilda, PA
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Pick Chiropractic Center
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Chiropractic

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Simpson Chiropractic Center
(814) 235-2266
100 Walker Drive
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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Gibson Sue Crnp
(814) 234-3464
141 East Fairmount Avenue
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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Wortman Nellie R
(814) 238-6855
201 Nimitz Avenue
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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State College Chiropractors
(814) 237-6220
300 South Allen suite 100
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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Scipione John L DC
(814) 238-0250
905 West Beaver Avenue
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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Love Roy M Dc
(814) 234-5271
611 University Drive
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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D-Stress Station The and Stress Management Center
(814) 238-1020
311 South Allen Street
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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Mikula Chiropractic
(814) 234-6699
1343 North Atherton Street
State College, PA
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Chiropractors

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Passarelli David Chiropractor
(814) 237-2225
901 Benner Pike
State College, PA
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Yoga For Neck Pain

Relieve your neck pain with yoga.

We have all experienced neck pain at some point in our lives and you know how unbearable it is! Yoga can be very helpful in this regard. Of course, before you do anything, it’s important to know if your neck pain is the sign of something more serious. Make sure to see your doctor if:

  • Your neck pain persists for more than three days or keeps coming back.
  • You suffer from neck pain after a fall or accident.
  • Pain radiates from your neck down your arms or legs.
  • Neck pain is associated with nausea or dizziness.

Yoga is a practice of meditation, spiritualism, and physical disciplines that has quickly become a very popular mainstream alternative for stress reduction, increasing core strength, and correcting posture. The following asanas are helpful in strengthening the neck, shoulders, chest, spine and abdomen while focusing on improving and releasing and postural discomfort.

  • Cat Pose
  • Cobra Pose
  • Upward Bow Pose
  • Downward Facing Dog Pose

Find out details of more yoga poses here:

http://www.a2zyoga.com/yoga-poses/asanas.php

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