Neck Pain - Relief Without Addiction
Get tips on natural pain relief with our monthly newsletter. SIGN UP HERE

Neck Pain

Good evening, neck pain.

Do you leave work each day with a pain in your neck? Is your precious time after work spent coping with pain instead of living?

If this sounds like you, chiropractic care can provide relief.

Pain Management for Neck Pain

Our necks work hard

While standing, working at a desk and lifting repeatedly, the neck holds the weight of our head and can be easily misaligned and overworked. In addition, aging, poor posture and extra weight all make the pain worse. Neck pain is also caused by tense, tight muscles from injuries or even just regular daily stress.

There is relief available. Chiropractic care can soothe your neck pain while also getting to the source of the problem. Chiropractors evaluate the whole body to determine how best to lessen or eliminate your pain. Often, simple changes to our daily lives can make a big difference.

Chiropractic Care is Natural neck pain relief

If you are experiencing regular neck pain, call a chiropractor today! Chiropractors help relieve pain with adjustments, stretches and exercises that strengthen your neck. With effective, natural pain relief, chiropractic care can help you get beyond your neck pain and start enjoying daily life again.

Trained to relieve chronic pain

Chiropractors specialize in musculoskeletal and neurological care. Like medical doctors, chiropractors are highly trained, specialized, licensed and regulated.

8 Years

Following an undergraduate education, chiropractors earn a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, a four-year professional degree

40 hours

Chiropractors are licensed by the State of Georgia and like most other healthcare providers, are required to complete 40 hours of continuing education courses every 2 years, the same amount as required for physicians

4,200 hours

Chiropractors spend 4,200 hours in the classroom, laboratory and clinical internship


“Statistically, 80% of us are going to have some form of back pain in our lifetime. A lot of pain relief goes back to conditioning. Strengthening and stretching regularly can really help relieve back pain. The muscles help fortify the area that’s in pain.”

Dr. Michael Vaughn // Savannah Chiropractic Center
Scroll to Top