Neck pain is one of the most significant health problems worldwide, as it is estimated that 22-70% of the population have neck pain at some time in their lives. It has also been suggested that the incidence of neck pain is increasing! It is ranked as the fourth leading cause of years lived with disability. Rates of reoccurrence and chronicity are reported to be high, which calls for preventive measures, or [P]Rehab! There is evidence suggesting you may reduce the risk of neck discomfort by approximately half with an exercise program. This article will take you through an evidence-based approach on how you can take actionable steps to either rehab and prehab your neck.

The neck is an area that often gets neglected in regards to exercise, and therefore is often weak! Weakness and poor recruitment of our deep neck muscles has been correlated with increased pain and disability in our population. In this article, we demonstrate great exercises for people with neck pain, especially those with whiplash-induced neck pain, that targets not only the deep cervical flexors, but also the deep cervical extensors! Pay close attention to the cueing, as activation of the deep cervical extensors should be emphasized at selected spinal levels for the management of segmental dysfunction. In this article, learn exercises to improve neck strength!

Core [P]Rehab Program  
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