Pain, Neck & Back

Neck and back pain are common issues that can significantly affect daily life, often resulting from factors like poor posture, injury, overuse, or stress.

Nutrition Response Testing can indirectly support the management of neck and back pain by uncovering nutritional deficiencies that may impede the body’s natural healing processes or contribute to inflammation. For instance, a lack of vitamin D or magnesium can affect bone health and muscle function, potentially exacerbating discomfort. An individualized nutrition plan can support tissue healing and may help reduce inflammation, which is often a component of pain.


Chiropractic care is directly relevant to addressing neck and back pain. Chiropractors use spinal adjustments to improve alignment, relieve pressure on nerves, and enhance mobility. These adjustments can reduce pain, increase range of motion, and improve function. Chiropractic care may also incorporate other modalities such as therapeutic exercise, massage, and lifestyle advice to support recovery and prevent future episodes of pain.

As with any health issue, it’s important to consult with healthcare providers to ensure an accurate diagnosis and a comprehensive treatment plan that may include both nutritional and chiropractic interventions, among other therapies.