top of page

Neck Pain

Neck pain is, well, a pain in the neck. Let one of our specialists get it taken care of.

We can help.

Ask yourself...

  • Have I had pain in my neck for weeks, months, or years?

  • Is my neck stiff or painful when I wake up?

  • Does the pain in my neck run into my arm?

  • Does my neck pop, grind, or crunch?

  • Do I avoid looking over my shoulder? Do I experience pain when backing up my car?

  • Have I noticed headaches when my neck is stiff or sore?

If one or more of these symptoms describe your situation; don't worry.


One of our doctors of physical therapy will assess your condition and discuss the likely causes with you. You'll be set up with an individualized treatment plan designed to deliver results you can feel. Request an appointment, and let's get your pain taken care of. No referral is needed.

We treat: Neck Pain, Stenosis, Radiculopathy, Herniated or Ruptured Disc, Degenerative Joint or Degenerative Disc Disease, Headaches, Dizziness, Whiplash, Strain, Arthritis



"As a skeptic, I didn't think physical therapy would do much good for someone as physically active as myself. My beliefs have changed as I discovered that stretching and small exercises really do make big changes. Prior to coming here, I had limited mobility of my neck and almost constant headaches. Through the exercises and dry needling, my headaches have nearly disappeared and my mobility has increased. I would highly recommend 21st Century Rehab to anyone."


"I came to therapy with a lot of neck and shoulder pain and I could not lift my arm without extreme pain. Now thanks to therapy I have no problem."

Black-Triangle-Background (2).jpg


"I came in needing physical therapy for my neck pain. I couldn't move my neck without pain, and after the exercises I was given, the neck pain gradually decreased. As a mother, I couldn't play with my kids because my neck hurt so much, and now I don't have any more pain. I feel like myself again, and I couldn't have done it without physical therapy."

bottom of page