About This CourseBeginner
In this course, you are going to learn information on how to fix your own neck pain and treat any pinched nerves such as pain, tingling or numbness in your arms, hands or fingers.
You will also learn exactly what causes your neck pain and disc bulges so that you can then stop harming your neck. It is essential that you first remove the causes of your neck pain to ever hope to have a pain-free neck permanently.
Once you have learned the causes of your neck pain and start preventing them in your daily life, you will then be on the path to healing your neck instead of harming it all day every day.
The course shows you two specific exercises that you need to do to remove your neck pain and treat any disc bulges and pinched nerves. You will learn exactly how and why these exercises work so that you have a clear understanding of what it is you’re doing to remove your pain and radiating symptoms (if you have any).
You will also learn other pain relieving techniques such as how to help trigger point pain and knots in your upper back.
Once you have studied this course, you will then know:
- What causes your neck pain and how to remove those causes from your daily life
- What causes your discs to bulge and nerves to become pinched and how to avoid this happening in the future.
- How to fix your own neck pain if you should ever have a recurrence of your neck symptoms
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge of how to fix and prevent your own neck pain.
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What Are The Major Causes Of Neck Pain?
How To Stop Damaging Your Neck While Standing
How To Stop Damaging Your Neck While Sitting
The Damaging Effects Of Excessive Sitting
Two Of The Best Exercises To Do If You Sit A Lot
So What Is A Correct Sitting Posture?
These Two Exercises Have Helped Millions Of People
An Alternative Exercise If Your Neck Pain Is Severe
What To Do If Your Neck Pain Is One-Sided
A Word On Sleeping Positions
Step Three – Maintaining A Healthy Neck And Back