Neck Pain

How Osso Can Help Neck Pain?

We treat patients with neck pain the same like how we treat patients with slip disc/back pain.

We will first perform our very own Osso Flexion Distraction Adjustment Technique®️ to treat the patients by reducing and releasing the pressure between their two spinal vertebras.



Once the pressure is released, we will then perform the OSSO Bone Care Adjustment Technique®️  to realign the neck.

After that, we will conduct OSSO 3D Spinal Decompression Therapy®️ (SDT) to “suck in” the disc herniation and bulges thus increasing the space between the vertebrae. This step will also thicken and heal the disc, helping our patients to support their recovery.

The only difference is that we will perform all of our treatments and therapies on the cervical spine of our patients instead of lumbar spine because cervical spine is the key area to causing neck pain.

If you are suffering from any of the symptoms as mentioned above, please kindly get yourself checked today by calling our phone number or visit us today!


What are the symptoms of neck pain?

Pain and stiffness are the most common symptoms of neck problems. You may feel pain in the middle or on either side of you neck, but it may also stretch to your shoulder and shoulder blade or to your upper chest. If you have tension headaches, the pain often travels to the back of your head, and sometimes behind your eye or even into your ear.

It may be painful to move and your muscles may feel tight, especially if you’ve been sitting in one position for a long time. You may notice your neck doesn’t twist as far as it normally does.

If you have numbness and tingling down your arm to the fingers, this can be caused by a nerve root being pinched.

The cervical spine in our neck is responsible for supporting our head, for allowing mobility, and for providing a safe passage for nerves traveling up and down it. One of the important functions of the cervical spine is to support one of our most important features: our head. Our heads hold our brains, our eyes, our ears, and many other vital sensory features. The spine is responsible for holding up this valuable system and for aiding the functions it is responsible for.

Neck pain can result from a variety of causes, including:

– Muscle Strains
– Worn Joints
– Nerve Compression
– Injuries
– Diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, meningitis or cancer