Most episodes of neck pain are due to muscle strain or soft tissue sprain (ligaments, tendons), but it can also be caused by a sudden force (whiplash). These types of neck pain often improve with time and non-surgical care, such as physiotherapy. But if neck pain continues or worsens, there is often a specific condition that requires treatment. Cervical degenerative disc disease, cervical herniated disc, cervical stenosis, and cervical arthritis can all lead to neck pain, limit range of motion and reduce overall function.
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