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Neck Pain Awareness         Dr. Subhash Khatri, MPT,PhD,FIAP                    College of Physiotherapy,             Prav...
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patient education about how to prevent neck pain

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  • Computer neck
  • Walk tall, keep back straight, shoulders reasonably far a back chest forward and tummy in.
  • Telephone bazar?= telephone neck
  • Anxiety
  • Do not sleep without pillow
  • Driver’s neck, it sbetter to be passenger than driver, avoid breaking suddenly
  • Avoid sudden jerking of neck like chicken
  • Reader’s neck
  • Yoga neck
  • Neckpain, stiffness, headache, diziness, arm pain, facial pain, ear pain,scapularvisula dysfunction,
  • Severe hypertension can cause neck pain, restlessness, headache and loss of sleep
  • Couch /sofa neck
  • Openmuth breathing
  • Acute wry neck, neck arm, neck scapula,wekness hand, bladder bowel, balance, chappal
  • Self test Self Test for Neck Posture Problems: The Wall Test - Stand with the back of your head touching the wall and your heels six inches from the baseboard. With your buttocks touching the wall, check the distance with your hand between your neck and the wall. If you can get within two inches at the neck, you are close to having good posture. If not, your neck posture is protruding forward and is subject to deterioration of the joints and discs. The Home Neck Traction can help this problem.
  • Heat or current or cold spray
  • Isometrics, active, passive, resisted, endurance etc
  • We give you advice about does and donts
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    1. 1. Neck Pain Awareness Dr. Subhash Khatri, MPT,PhD,FIAP College of Physiotherapy, Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, LONI 4134 736 www.pravara.com Mob 00918527747915
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