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What causes neck and shoulder pain?


The majority of people suffering from neck and/or shoulder pain have an underlying structural problem of the spine. These structural problems can result from many things including:

  • Poor posture
  • Spinal misalignment
  • Text neck
  • Improper sitting habits

  • Improper sleeping position
  • Childhood falls
  • Sports injuries
  • Car accidents


What is unique about how Optimal Spine Wellness Center treats neck and shoulder pain?

Unlike traditional chiropractic, CBP goes one step further to also correct the source of the problem by restoring proper spinal structure, as seen by before-and-after correction x-rays. A CBP-trained doctor is specifically trained to straighten and correct your spine in a way that other doctors are not. With CBP, patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort but as the proper spinal structure is restored and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of many other conditions as well.

Are there things I can do at home to help?

Absolutely. Once Dr. Jensen finds the root cause of your neck or shoulder pain, he will give you a treatment plan specifically designed to correct the underlying problem. In most cases, this treatment plan will also include a home rehab protocol. This protocol will not be a one size fits all approach. Your home rehab protocol will be specific to your needs and will accelerate the healing process in order to get you pain-free as quickly as possible and prevent future neck or shoulder pain. This protocol may include:

  • Corrective orthotic devices
  • Structure-specific rehab
  • Posture-supportive exercises
  • Dietitian-led nutrition plan
  • Supportive nutrient supplementation


I experience other symptoms as well. Could they be related?

Definitely. Many times the underlying cause of neck and shoulder pain can also be the cause of many other health problems. When the spine shifts out of its healthy position due to a sudden injury or to a repetitive stress like sitting every day, this causes enormous stress to the bones, tissue, and nerves. The resulting stress can cause pain and damage to the nearby structures and to any tissues and organs that rely on those damaged nerves for proper function. This is why most patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as the proper spinal structure is restored, and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of other conditions as well.

These conditions can include:

  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Numbness and tingling in the arms and hands
  • Fatigue
  • Acid Reflux or Heartburn
  • Allergies
  • Low metabolism
  • Hunchback or “Old lady hump”

What causes headaches?


The majority of people suffering from headaches or migraines have an underlying structural problem of the spine, which is typically found in the neck. These structural problems can result from many things including:

  • Poor posture
  • Spinal misalignment
  • Text neck
  • Improper sitting habits

  • Improper sleeping position
  • Childhood falls
  • Sports injuries
  • Car accidents


What is unique about headache treatment at Optimal Spine Wellness Center?

Unlike traditional chiropractic, CBP goes one step further to also correct the source of the problem by restoring proper spinal structure, as seen by before-and-after correction x-rays. A CBP-trained doctor is specifically trained to straighten and correct your spine in a way that other doctors are not. With CBP, patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort but as the proper spinal structure is restored and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of many other conditions as well.

Are there things I can do at home to help?

Absolutely. Once Dr. Jensen finds the root cause of your headache or migraine, he will give you a treatment plan specifically designed to correct the underlying problem. In most cases, this treatment plan will also include a home rehab protocol. This protocol will not be a one size fits all approach. Your home rehab protocol will be specific to your needs and will accelerate the healing process in order to get you pain-free as quickly as possible and prevent future headaches or migraines. This protocol may include:

  • Corrective orthotic devices
  • Structure-specific rehab
  • Posture-supportive exercises
  • Dietitian-led nutrition plan
  • Supportive nutrient supplementation


I experience other symptoms as well. Could they be related?

Definitely. Many times the underlying cause of headaches and migraines can also be the cause of many other health problems. When the spine shifts out of its healthy position due to a sudden injury or to a repetitive stress like sitting every day, this causes enormous stress to the bones, tissue, and nerves. The resulting stress can cause pain and damage to the nearby structures and to any tissues and organs that rely on those damaged nerves for proper function. This is why most patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as the proper spinal structure is restored, and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of other conditions as well.
These conditions can include:

  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Numbness and tingling in the arms and hands
  • Fatigue
  • Neck and mid-back pain
  • Allergies
  • Low metabolism
  • Sleep disturbances

What causes back and hip pain?


The majority of people who suffer from back or hip pain have an underlying structural problem of the spine. These structural problems can result from many things including:

  • Poor posture
  • Spinal misalignment
  • Text neck
  • Improper sitting habits

  • Improper sleeping position
  • Childhood falls
  • Sports injuries
  • Car accidents


What is unique about how Optimal Spine Wellness Center treats back and hip pain?

Unlike traditional chiropractic, CBP goes one step further to also correct the source of the problem by restoring proper spinal structure, as seen by before-and-after correction x-rays. A CBP-trained doctor is specifically trained to straighten and correct your spine in a way that other doctors are not. With CBP, patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as the proper spinal structure is restored and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of many other conditions as well.

Are there things I can do at home to help?

Absolutely. Once Dr. Jensen finds the root cause of your back or hip pain, he will give you a treatment plan specifically designed to correct the underlying problem. In most cases, this treatment plan will also include a home rehab protocol. This protocol will not be a one size fits all approach. Your home rehab protocol will be specific to your needs and will accelerate the healing process in order to get you pain-free as quickly as possible and prevent future back or hip pain. This protocol may include:

  • Corrective orthotic devices
  • Structure-specific rehab
  • Posture-supportive exercises
  • Dietitian-led nutrition plan
  • Supportive nutrient supplementation


I experience other symptoms as well. Could they be related?

Definitely. Many times the underlying cause of back and hip pain can also be the cause of many other health problems. When the spine shifts out of its healthy position due to a sudden injury or to a repetitive stress like sitting every day, this causes enormous stress to the bones, tissue and nerves. The resulting stress can cause pain and damage to the nearby structures and to any tissues and organs that rely on those damaged nerves for proper function. This is why most patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as the proper spinal structure is restored and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of other conditions as well. These conditions can include:

  • Sciatica
  • Numbness and tingling in the legs and feet
  • Mid-back pain
  • Digestive problems
  • Knee pain
  • Shooting leg pain
  • Reproductive problems

Dr. Kyle Jensen of Optimal Spine Wellness Center in Planos, is one of less than 1% of chiropractors in the country to complete advanced training in spinal remodeling for treatment of sciatica.

What causes sciatica pain?


The majority of people suffering with sciatica, or shooting leg pain, have an underlying structural problem of the spine, typically found in the low back. These structural problems can result from many things including:

  • Poor posture
  • Spinal misalignment
  • Text neck
  • Improper sitting habits

  • Improper sleeping position
  • Childhood falls
  • Sports injuries
  • Car accidents


What is unique about how Optimal Spine Wellness treats sciatica?

Unlike traditional chiropractic, CBP goes one step further to also correct the source of the problem by restoring proper spinal structure, as seen by before-and-after correction x-rays. A CBP-trained doctor is specifically trained to straighten and correct your spine in a way that other doctors are not. With CBP, patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as the proper spinal structure is restored and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of many other conditions as well.

Are there things I can do at home to help?

Absolutely. Once Dr. Jensen finds the root cause of your sciatica, he will give you a treatment plan specifically designed to correct the underlying problem. In most cases, this treatment plan will also include a home rehab protocol. This protocol will not be a one size fits all approach. Your home rehab protocol will be specific to your needs and will accelerate the healing process in order to get you pain-free as quickly as possible and prevent future sciatica. This protocol may include:

  • Corrective orthotic devices
  • Structure-specific rehab
  • Posture-supportive exercises
  • Dietitian-led nutrition plan
  • Supportive nutrient supplementation


I experience other symptoms as well. Could they be related?

Definitely. Many times the underlying cause of sciatica can also be the cause of many other health problems. When the spine shifts out of its healthy position due to a sudden injury or to a repetitive stress like sitting every day, this causes enormous stress to the bones, tissue and nerves. The resulting stress can cause pain and damage to the nearby structures and to any tissues and organs that rely on those damaged nerves for proper function. This is why most patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as the proper spinal structure is restored, and nerve function is returned, they notice the resolution of other conditions as well. These conditions can include:

  • Low back pain
  • Numbness and tingling through the legs and feet
  • Mid back pain
  • Digestive problems
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Reproductive problems

What is whiplash?


Whiplash is a type of neck injury due to forceful, rapid back-and-forth movement of the neck, like cracking a whip. Whiplash most often occurs during a rear-end auto accident, but the injury can also result from other similar types of forces. A whiplash injury can result in neck pain, headaches, neck stiffness, numbness and tingling through the arms and hands, shoulder pain, and upper back pain. It is very common to feel little to no pain immediately following the whiplash injury, only to have the symptoms worsen over the following days and weeks.

How do I know if I've sustained a whiplash injury?

If you have been involved an auto accident, whiplash injury is very likely. Many people with a whiplash injury don’t realize that a slight headache or neck pain is a sign of a much more serious injury to your neck curve and the underlying tissues. It is also important to note that spinal misalignments and injuries to the curvature of the neck, as a result of the sudden jolt of the auto accident, may not become evident at all for a long period of time. This is why, regardless of the presence of immediate pain or discomfort, it’s important to have your spine evaluated by a CBP certified corrective care doctor immediately following any kind of accident, especially a auto accident, to avoid long-term injury.

What's the long-term effect of a whiplash injury if not treated properly?

Injury to the proper curve of the neck as a result of an auto accident is a serious health condition. If this damage is not treated properly the whiplash injury can manifest into pain and discomfort, fatigue, sleep disorders, organ dysfunction, depression, and eventually disease. A small misalignment can only get worse with time, so addressing this injury properly can mean a faster recovery time and less health problems in the future. Uncorrected whiplash injuries causing reversed neck curves have been found to predispose people to the following conditions:

  • Headaches
  • Thoracic outlet symptoms
  • Lack of concentration
  • Disc herniation

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