Neck and Shoulder

Exercises For Neck Pain

… A Solution for your Neck Nerve Pain, Stiff Neck and Neck Pain Headache.

Have you been looking for some great exercises for neck pain to help ease the symptoms of your discomfort from stress, stiff neck pain, injury, neck nerve pain or neck pain headache?

Have you been actively self-treating your pain and not getting results?

No worries… the exercises for neck pain below may help you!

The good news is…they have helped many of peoples.

Treating your condition with strengthening and range-of-motion exercises is one way to get positive results.

Now’s the time… to try the exercises that have helped many of our peoples with treating their neck stress, stiff neck pain, neck nerve pain and neck pain headache.

Exercises for Chronic Neck Pain

When strengthening your neck muscles work up to performing the exercises with 1-set of 10 repetitions daily. Work slowly and don’t push through the pain.


Exercises for Neck Pain

Exercise 1: Neck Flexion Strengthening/Range-of-Motion Exercise

  • Lie on back
  • Lift head up off the floor
  • Tuck your chin towards chest and look at feet and then lower
  • Do this exercise slowly and without pain
  • Repeat 10 times

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Exercise 2: Neck Extension Strengthening/Range-of-Motion Exercise

  • Lie facedown
  • Lift head up off the floor
  • Look upward and then lower
  • Do this exercise slowly and without pain
  • Repeat 10 times

Exercise 3: Neck Lateral Flexion Strengthening/Range-of-Motion Exercise

  • Lay on your right side
  • Right arm is outstretched, left arm is placed on floor in front of chest for balance
  • Lift head off the floor and then lower
  • Change sides and repeat
  • Do this exercise slowly and without pain
  • Repeat 10 times

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Exercise 4: Neck Rotation Strengthening/Range-of-Motion Exercise

  • Lay your right side
  • Right arm is outstretched, left arm is place on floor in front of chest for balance
  • Raise head so left ear is moving back toward left shoulder and you are looking at the ceiling
  • Return head to horizontal position or looking straight ahead (not resting position)
  • Then rotate neck to look the right shoulder or the floor
  • Do this exercise slowly and without pain
  • Repeat 10 times

If you have developed neck pain for the first time please consult your health care professional who will properly diagnose your neck issue.

If you have any of the following symptoms please do not begin the exercise program without first consulting your health care provider.

  • You have pain at the wrist or hand and experience numbness or tingling in the fingers
  • You have developed neck pain following a recent accident
  • You have developed neck pain headache recently
  • If you experience severe headaches that occurs for no apparent reason, never go away and are getting worse
  • If you experience severe headaches that are accompanied by nausea and dizziness
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