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13801 Roswell Ave. Ste. G

Chino, CA 91710 US

(909) 548-6868

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Neck Pain

Neck Pain Treatment in Chino, CA

Do you suffer from neck pain in Chino? Don't settle for harsh pharmaceuticals that only mask your symptoms, or treatments that target one area without looking at the bigger picture. At Baeks Chiropractic Health Center, we offer personalized paths to pain relief for each and every patient, including treatments that combine neck pain relief with long-term healing and rehabilitation. Whether you have whiplash after a car accident injury or years of mysterious, recurring neck pain, our Chino chiropractor will target the source of your pain and work to correct the damage, promote healing, restore mobility, and prevent further complications. Learn why Dr. Baek is the chiropractor Chino needs for long-term neck pain relief, and how we identify and treat the most common causes of neck pain.

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Natural Neck Pain Relief in Chino

Our neck pain treatments depend on the source of each patient's neck pain, but they are always non-invasive and all-natural. Because we take every symptom into consideration, we often integrate multiple treatment methods into each recovery plan. Neck pain treatments may include spinal adjustments to restore alignment, massage therapy to release tension in the neck and shoulders, acupuncture to promote blood and energy flow, and therapeutic exercises to improve posture and increase neck and upper back flexibility.

Treating Neck Pain With Your Chino Chiropractor

Whiplash is a common but potentially serious injury, caused by the sudden forward motion of the neck ligaments and muscles. Sudden stops and rear-end collisions can cause this painful neck strain even at low speeds, so it's important to see our chiropractor in Chino Hills after any accident that involves forceful whipping of the head or neck. Other symptoms of whiplash include insomnia, dizziness, headaches, shoulder pain, and concentration difficulties.

Are you an athlete with neck pain? The muscles and ligaments in the neck are vulnerable to strains and tearing during rigorous athletic activity. Some sports injuries are sudden, while others are gradual strains or tears that get worse over the course of a season or several years. It's important to treat your sports injury immediately, to reduce inflammation and promote healing.

Treating Chronic Neck Pain

As more Americans spend their workdays – and downtime – in front of screens, poor posture and poorly designed work environments are causing more chronic back and neck pain. Your spine needs proper support and alignment to stay in balance, and your neck needs proper support to bear the weight of your head. Tension in your back and shoulders may also lead to chronic neck pain, so it's important to stimulate blood flow and release built-up energy.

Consult Our Chiropractor in Chino, CA for Free

Curious about chiropractic care, but haven't scheduled a visit yet? You deserve a long-term solution that relieves your neck pain and prevents it from recurring. Take advantage of our new patient special to receive your first examination free of charge. Call us today to schedule a free consultation with our chiropractor in Chino Hills at 909.548.6868.

$49 Special for First-time Patients, Includes X-Rays! Redeem this offer by filling out the form below!

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  • "Continues to be one of the best chiropractic care providers around. The compassion, caring, skill, and technology of this office are all top notch. The staff are all amazing- everyone is friendly, sweet, engaging and helpful! Highly recommend to help all your ailments. Dr Baek will solve
    Problems you did not even know you had!"
    Cherish H. (10/21/13)

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