Heal Your Neck Using Myofascial
- suffer from recurring neck pain?
- Does your neck feel stiff in the morning?
- Do you find that your visits to the chiropractor only give temporary relief for your neck pain?
- Do you spend hours in front of a computer every day?
- Wouldn't it be nice to have some guidance as to what stretches and exercises you could do on a regular basis to better manage and decrease your neck pain, all from the comfort of your home?
If you spend hours in front of a screen every day, if you have suffered from whiplash or a neck injury of any kind, or even neck surgery, and still feel tightness or soreness in your neck, then this course is for you!"
Here's what you'll get:
- Easy to follow stretches, self-treatment techniques and strength exercises
- Instruction on your fascial system to better understand how you can benefit from these techniques
- Bonus material on how to prevent your neck pain from getting worse, and what else you can do to make it better
What others are saying
about the Heal your neck course
I had neck problems for 3 years or better. I had surgery and still had pain. I thought this is what I have to live with until I found Sarah. She had helped me tremendously, I now have hope thanks to her. I highly recommend Sarah with Vital Life Physical Therapy!
Melissa Hall, age 45
Wow, I had no idea my neck muscles were so tense until I went through this exercise! Holding the position an extra 60 seconds makes a big difference. That’s going to be really helpful to remember!
SARAH RUDOLPH is Longview’s leading physical therapist who helps active adults in the Longview area quickly recover from back, neck and pelvic pain so that they can enjoy playing with their kids or grandkids and get back to their work and recreational activities without relying on painkillers or injections.
She founded VITAL LIFE PHYSICAL THERAPY because she wanted to provide direct access to help people suffering from headaches, neck, back and pelvic pain. She was tired of seeing patients post-operatively in the home health and traditional out-patient setting who had, according to their medical records, “failed conservative treatment” for their condition, and therefor qualified for surgery. In most cases, the conservative treatment options had only included painkillers and/or injections. This was verified when questioning patients themselves. VERY FEW people had been given the opportunity to have Physical Therapy prior to surgery or as an alternative. Often, even months after surgery, people were still struggling with pain, either the same they had prior to surgery, or a different pain due to surgery.