Causes of Back Spasms

Published on October 2, 2019 in Mobi Blog, Neck Pain

A spasm in the muscle occurs when the muscle involuntarily tightens, resulting in intense pain that can last anywhere from a few short minutes to days. They typically feel sharp and sudden, with the pain radiating deep into the muscle tissue. It can also cause the muscle to feel especially hard, making it difficult or painful to move the neck.

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What to Expect from a Cervical MRI Scan

Published on January 23, 2019 in Neck Pain

What to Expect from a Cervical MRI Scan

An MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan uses radio waves and a strong magnet to take clear pictures of internal organs and tissue. A cervical MRI is used to examine neck and spinal cord injuries, as well as structural abnormalities such as tumors and other conditions. The 3D images generated by these scans help doctors learn more about the patient’s bone and soft tissues to help made a diagnosis.


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Popping Your Neck: Is It Bad for You?

Published on January 23, 2019 in Neck Pain

Popping Your Neck: Is It Bad for You?

Craning your neck to stare at a screen, sleeping in a strange position, sitting in a car for hours, there are multiple reasons people get the urge to crack their joints. For many, it’s satisfying to feel the crackle in their fingers, necks, and even toes after long periods of little movement or for relief from uncomfortable positions. But is popping your joints—specifically the neck—actually doing your body any good? In short, it depends.


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Possible Causes of a Stiff Neck

Published on December 4, 2018 in Neck Pain

Possible Causes of a Stiff Neck

A stiff neck, which can limit your ability to move your neck or head, can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks such as driving or turning to say hello. Often, a stiff neck is accompanied by neck pain, headache, or pain in the arms and shoulders.

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Different Causes of Neck Pain

Published on July 12, 2018 in Neck Pain

Different Causes of Neck Pain

Millions of people experience neck pain every day. The structure of the spine, muscles, and tissue are delicate and complex, and over-use or over-exertion of muscles can lead to neck pain.

To find lasting neck pain relief, it’s important to first diagnose the cause. Below are three of the most common causes of chronic neck pain.  As with any chronic pain, it’s important to be thoroughly examined by a qualified physician to help you find the correct diagnosis and treatment.

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