[VIDEO] How Do I Keep My Neck Pain from Coming Back?
Dr. Mark Roczey:
Once somebody's neck pain has been addressed, and we are able to diagnose the condition, and we treat them aggressively on active care, we slowly place the patient on passive care. At that point, they're instructed to do more at-home exercises. We commonly recommend a cervical neck pillow to support the neck curvature at night, which is so important, as well as posture techniques at work, so that they can stabilize and address any issues that might be causing more stress on their neck.
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About the Author
Dr. Mark Roczey graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University, with a major in Biology and a minor in Biochemistry in 2001. Soon after he enrolled in the University of Bridgeport Chiropractic College, where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. He has worked in several satellite clinics associated with his university throughout Connecticut gaining vast knowledge of patient care and treatment protocols.
His duties will include assisting patients to optimize their health and well-being by providing an excellence of care and knowledge. His personal endeavor is to expand his expertise of personal fitness, health, and wellness with individuals and their families.