Symptoms may include:
- Headaches (pain on one side of the head and around the eye, aggravation on certain head/neck movements)
- Grinding or clicking sensation in the neck
- Arm and shoulder pain
- Pins and needles in the arm or hand
He then makes a provisional diagnosis and commences a course of care after reporting to the patient how and why they have a problem requiring chiropractic care.
Private health funds cover chiropractic care and some patients qualify for a Medicare EPC referral if they have a long-standing problem. Chiropractic care has been seen to relieve neck pain for many people without the common side effects of taking drugs. If in doubt about your neck pain, don’t hesitate to get a chiropractic opinion.