Posts Tagged: neck pain

Upper Cross Syndrome

March 27, 2017

By Stephen Dahms Registered Massage Therapist Upper cross syndrome is a combination of multiple muscular imbalances that causes pain or¬†discomfort and¬†reduced mobility around your upper back, neck and shoulders. Pectoral muscles, upper fibre trapezius and levator scapula are short, tight and contracted, causing fascial and muscular restrictions. This is where that feeling of limited movement […]

Enough With the Neck Pain!

April 14, 2014

By Dr. Gita Gupta, BHSc, DC, CAP I think it’s time to discuss why so many of us experience daily neck pain, along with the associated headaches and shoulder pain. Firstly, we need to understand the main cause of it. Working Downtown, I tend to see a lot of patients with jobs that confine them […]

Post Holiday Neck Tension

January 09, 2013

By Christina Gouveia RMT How has the holiday season left you feeling? Tension in your neck and shoulders? Hunching over due to this cold wintery weather? Massage therapy can certainly help! If you are feeling as though your shoulders are up close to your ears and headaches are a common occurrence this time of year, […]