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The neck, also known as the cervical spine, is a network of nerves, bones, ligaments, and muscles. Its primary function is to provide support and mobility for the head.
There are a number of issues that can induce neck pain. Shoulder, head, arm, and/or hand discomfort can result from irritation along the nerve pathways in the neck. In addition, spinal cord irritation can cause pain in the extremities and other areas below the neck.
Neck pain typically subsides within a few days or weeks, but pain that persists for months may indicate an underlying medical condition that requires treatment. In some instances, early intervention may be required for optimal outcomes.

In Ayurveda, the mode of treatment of Neck Pain is to balance the vitiated dosha and eliminate the toxins accumulated in the channels. The treatment may include detoxification by various panchakarma procedures, abhyanga massage, herbal pottali massage, purgation and mild herbal enema along with classic ayurveda herbal medications. These procedures help in relieving pain and reversing the symptoms of Neck Pain.
At EliteAyurveda, our team of specialists provides effective Ayurvedic treatment through the full spectrum of Ayurvedic remedies and therapies. Incorporating Ayurvedic therapy and yoga also contributes to the holistic rehabilitation of patients.
EliteAyurveda's treatment provides a distinct advantage to its patients. These treatments help patients avoid surgery, are natural and holistic, and are safe and effective for the patient. In addition, a patient can avoid a recurrence of the condition through these treatments.
Innumerable patients have been completely cured as a result of our extensive experience in providing individualised treatment approaches.

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The Cervical Spine and Potential Problems

Beginning at the base of the skull, the cervical spine comprises of seven vertebral segments designated C1 through C7. It connects at the C7-T1 level to the thoracic (chest) region of the spine.

Ligaments, muscles, and tendons aid in cervical spine stabilisation and motion. When one of these soft tissues becomes strained or sprained due to overuse or overextension, this is the most common cause of neck discomfort. Typically, this form of injury heals within a week or two.

Except for the top level of the cervical spine, which predominantly provides rotation for the skull, the majority of cervical spine levels may be described as follows:

Two facet joints connect two vertebrae, allowing for forward, backward, and rotational movement.

A disc exists between the vertebrae to provide cushioning, separation, and coordination.

From the spinal cord, nerve roots emerge through the intervertebral foramina (gaps in the bones) on the left and right sides of the spine.

Multiple cervical spine disorders can irritate a nerve root or the spinal cord, resulting in chronic neck discomfort and/or neurological deficits. A degenerated disc that presses on a nerve or a bone spur growing on facet joints that encroaches on a nerve are examples of nerve compression.

When Neck Pain Is Serious

Some signs and symptoms of neck pain may indicate that the health of a nerve root or spinal cord is at risk, or that an underlying disease or infection is present. These "red flag" symptoms and signs may include fever or shivers, pain or tingling that radiates into the arm(s) or leg(s), problems with balance or coordination, or other concerning symptoms. Consultation with a physician is required for an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plan.

Extreme neck pain caused by a traumatic event, such as a hard fall or accident, requires emergency care.

Neck pain Symptoms-

  • Stiff neck. Neck pain and trouble moving it, especially when turning the head from side to side.
  • Sharp pain. This pain might be in one place and feel like it's cutting or stinging. Usually, this kind of pain is in the lower part of the neck.
  • General soreness. Most of the time, this pain is felt in a larger part of the neck. It is said to be painful or sore, not sharp.
  • Radicular pain. This pain can travel along a nerve from the neck to the arm and shoulder. The level of pain can change, and you might feel like your nerves are burning or searing.
  • Spine pain in the neck. Due to nerve root compression, the arm may have neurological problems, such as problems with reactions, feelings, or strength. radicular pain can also be a sign of cervical radiculopathy.
  • Having trouble holding or moving things. This problem can happen if the arm or fingers become numb or weak.
  • Headaches. When there is a problem in the neck, it can sometimes affect the muscles and nerves in the head. Tension headaches, cervicogenic headaches, and occipital neuralgia are a few examples.

Causes of Neck Pain

Muscle/tendon strains and ligament sprains are the most prevalent causes of neck pain and heal in a matter of days or weeks. Many strains and sprains are caused by overuse or overextension, such as:

  • Bad posture. Long durations of slouching or hunching over a computer screen can result in forward head position, which puts additional strain on the neck. Looking down at a phone or tablet repeatedly may potentially cause pain, a condition known as text neck.
  • Sleeping in an unnatural position. A stiff neck may occur in the morning if the head is maintained at an incorrect angle or turns incorrectly during the night.
  • Motions that are repeated. Turning the head repeatedly, such as during dancing or swimming, may result in overuse of the neck's muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
  • Trauma. Any form of fall or contact, such as a sports collision or whiplash from a vehicle accident, is an example.

Other Causes of Chronic Neck Pain

When neck discomfort lasts or returns for several months, it is usually related to spinal degeneration from wear and tear over time (also known as cervical spondylosis).

  • Cervical degenerative disc disease. Over time, all discs lose moisture and their ability to cushion the vertebrae of the spine. If a disc degenerates sufficiently, it can produce pain in a variety of ways, including a herniated disc, pinched nerve, or changes in the facet joints that can induce osteoarthritis in some people.
  • Cervical osteoarthritis. Cervical osteoarthritis can develop when the cartilage in a cervical facet joint wears down sufficiently. One of the most common reasons of chronic neck pain is cervical osteoarthritis.
  • Cervical herniated disc. When the protective outer layer (annulus fibrosus) of an intervertebral disc breaks partially or entirely, some of the jelly-like inner layer (nucleus pulposus) may leak, causing inflammation and pain.
  • The chance of a narrowing of the foramen (cervical foraminal stenosis) and/or the spinal canal (cervical central stenosis) increases as spinal degeneration develops. Pain, tingling, numbness, and/or weakness may radiate into the arms or legs if the nerve root and/or spinal cord are impinged.
  • Emotional tension. Neck pain has been related to stress, worry, and a lack of social support as probable causes or contributors. 
  • Infection. Inflammation could cause neck pain if a portion of the cervical spine becomes contaminated. Meningitis is one such example.
  • Syndrome of myofascial pain. Trigger points are caused by achy muscles and surrounding connective tissues in the upper back or neck in this persistent illness. Trigger points can be both persistently uncomfortable and intensely responsive to touch. The pain may be localised or referred pain that travels to/from another part of the body.
  • Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is difficult to diagnose, although it often causes pain in muscles, tendons, and ligaments throughout the body, including the neck.
  • Tumour in the spine. A tumour, such as one caused by cancer, could form in the cervical spine and cause tissue damage or press against a nerve.
  • Spondylolisthesis. When one vertebra falls over the one below it, this condition arises. It could be caused by a minor vertebral fracture, ligament laxity, or severe disc degeneration.

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