Neck Therapy Barre VT

Local resource for neck therapy in Barre, VT. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to neck therapy, message therapy, neck treatment as well as information on neck treatment products and content on neck pain.

Main Street Chiropractic
(802) 229-2299
146 Main St
Montpelier, VT

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Bruce A Talmadge
(802) 479-3302
225 S Main St
Barre, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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Laura Allen Felsted
(802) 479-3302
225 S Main St
Barre, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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Priscilla W Carr
(802) 476-3302
225 S Main St
Barre, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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John D Matthew
(802) 454-8336
157 Towne Ave
Plainfield, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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Mark N Yorra
(802) 479-2546
30 Keith Ave
Barre, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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Michael Reid Mindrum
(802) 479-3302
225 S Main St
Barre, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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Marvin K Malek
(802) 476-3302
225 S Main St
Barre, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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Robert Robinson
(802) 479-2546
30 Keith Ave
Barre, VT
Specialty
Internal Medicine

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William Ap Craig
(802) 454-8336
157 Towne Ave
Plainfield, VT
Specialty
Family Practice

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Neck Stretches For A Stiff Neck

Simple neck stretches to keep your neck muscles flexible and strong.

Today all offices rely on computers for all kinds of work. Working on computers for long hours often result in neck and back pain. Incorporating Yoga into your daily life can help relieve these problems.

Here is a set of exercise which can be very beneficial in relieving a stiff neck and the good thing is that you can practice it in the confines of your office, without taking the time out to visit a gym or a yoga studio.

Simple Neck Stretches

  1. Start in seated position (cross legged).
  2. Sit up tall, reaching up through the top of the head.
  3. Draw shoulders back Exhale, drop chin towards chest, keeping elbows and shoulders pulled back.
  4. Inhale, raise the head back to center.
  5. Do this five times, then on the last exhale, drop the chin and stay in this position for three breaths, breathing through the nose.
  6. Inhale, raise head back to center.
  7. Exhale, slowly drop right ear towards right shoulder.
  8. Inhale, raise head back to center.
  9. Do this five times, then on the last exhale, drop the ear towards the right shoulder and stay in this position for 3 breaths.
  10. Inhale, raise head back to center.
  11. Repeat on left side.

Caution: If you suffer from spondilytis, please consult your doctor before taking this up.

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