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Neck Pain

What is Neck Pain?

Neck pain is a common condition that affects a large part of the population in Singapore. It is commonly characterised as a feeling of stiffness or aches around the neck and shoulders. In some cases, the pain can also travel down to the upper back.

It may be caused by a sudden movement, an injury or blunt force to the area or as a result of poor posture or sitting positions with continued strain on the neck muscles.

What Causes Neck Pain?

  • Muscle or ligament strains
  • Bulging or ruptured discs
  • Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Poor breathing
  • Poor posture
  • Anxiety/stress

In modern society, neck pain caused by sitting at a computer all day or from looking down at a phone has become more prevalent. The more you look down at your devices, the more your neck muscles have to work to keep your head up. Over time, these muscles can get tired and sore, leading to neck pain.


Neck pain can vary from a stabbing or burning sensation, to sore muscles or a shooting pain. On top of that, the pain may travel down to the shoulders, arms, and upper back, or up your head. Neck pain can aggravate when turning and twisting your head or lifting your arms. It is also commonly associated with shoulder pain or shoulder injuries.

Neck Pain Treatment & Management

Neck pain can be managed with a combination of at-home remedies and seeking neck pain treatment by multidisciplinary neck pain or shoulder pain specialists in Singapore. Postural correction, ergonomic set-ups, prescription drugs, natural remedies, breathwork, and regular physical activity all have an essential role to play in neck pain treatment. While surgery is rarely needed to treat neck pain, you may need to approach a doctor if it involves more severe conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis.

When Should I Seek A Neck Pain Specialist?

If your neck pain persists and not relieving in spite of resting and using self-management methods, if it is preventing you from carrying out day-to-day tasks or if you feel like you are beginning to get radiating pain, numbness, weakness or experiencing persistent headaches, dizziness, double vision or nausea, please call upon a professional doctor or neck pain specialist in Singapore.

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There Are Three Main Categories Of Pain:

Acute Pain

Lasts for a short time and occurs following surgery or trauma or other condition. It acts as a warning to the body to seek help. Although it usually improves as the body heals, in some cases, it may not.

Cancer Pain

Lasts beyond the time expected for healing following surgery, trauma or other condition. It can also exist without a clear reason at all. Although chronic pain can be a symptom of other disease, it can also be a disease in its own right, characterised by changes within the central nervous system.

Chronic Pain

Can occur in patients with early stage and advanced disease, and in cancer survivors as a severe and debilitating side-effect of treatment.

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