Neck Pain

Chiropractic Care for Neck Pain

The neck acts as a connection between your head and your torso. It allows you to move your head using the support of muscles, ligaments, and vertebrae. If you are experiencing neck pain, it means that the hard and soft tissues in your neck are irritated or inflamed. 


Neck pain should not be something that you tolerate. Our chiropractor at McArthur Chiropractic in Meridian provides the best in chiropractic care. We offer quality neck pain treatment to residents who live in and around the Meridian area. 

Signs and Symptoms that Indicate You May Need Neck Pain Treatment

Neck pain ranges from easily ignored to excruciating. The pain combined with other symptoms can indicate that you need immediate medical attention. The signs and symptoms of neck pain include:

  • Soreness or tenderness
  • Stabbing pain
  • Limited range of motion
  • Radiating pain from the neck to the upper parts of the body

Typical Causes of Neck Pain

Some activities and events can lead to neck pain since they affect cervical biomechanics. Here are some of the reasons why people experience neck pain:

  • Injuries and Accidents. If surrounding tissues of the neck or head are suddenly forced in any direction, pain is often the result.
  • Old age. As one grows older, he is more likely to develop degenerative disorders like spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, and osteoarthritis. 
  • Daily life. Some activities can cause the neck to bend forward unnaturally. Additionally, weak abdominal muscles and obesity affect spinal balance, leading to neck pain. Stress and emotional tension can lead muscles to contract and tighten, resulting in pain.

Chiropractic Care for Neck Pain

If you’re looking for neck pain treatment, our chiropractor at McArthur Chiropractic will begin by performing an exam to establish the source of your pain. Our chiropractor may ask questions such as:

  • When did you start feeling pain?
  • Which treatment methods have you tried so far?
  • Is the pain stagnant or does it radiate?
  • What makes the pain better or worse?

Physical Exam

For the physical exam, our doctor will:

  • Check your physical condition and observe your range of motion and posture. 
  • Feel your spine and soft tissues. He will then check your spine’s curvature and alignment.
  • Check your shoulder area.

Contact Our Chiropractor at McArthur Chiropractic in Meridian for Neck Pain Treatment

Neck pain is annoying and frustrating. There is no need to suffer when our chiropractors provides effective techniques for pain treatment. Contact McArthur Chiropractic at or fill out our appointment form to start living your pain-free life. 


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9:00 am - 12:00 pm 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Tuesday, Thursday
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Saturday, Sunday



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