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Neck Exercise Video Library

Neck stretching and strengthening exercises are an essential part of any treatment program for spine health and prevent injuries and pain. Neck pain is common after car accidents and sports injuries. Prolonged computer work, arthritis and spinal misalignments also can cause neck pain and nerve impingement causing pain & tingling in arms and hands. Our patients commonly ask us questions such as:
  • Should I exercise my neck after a car accident?
  • What exercises can I do to relieve neck pain & headache?
  • What exercises are good for neck pain? 
  • How do I stretch my neck?

5 Essential Neck Exercises for Whiplash Injury

NECK EXERCISE VIDEOS

We have created a library of exercises that includes mobility, stretching, strengthening and functional exercises. These exercises are only a fraction of a comprehensive neck exercise program and are meant as a reference for our patients’ home exercise plan and to complement their in-clinic sessions.
Follow your therapist, chiropractor or kinesiologist’s instructions. Enlarge each video to read instructions. If you experience unusual discomfort, stop the exercise and contact your therapist.

Neck Stretch

Exercise for neck pain, whiplash, nerve impingement, headaches

Neck Side Flexion

Exercise for whiplash, pain related for long period computer work

Levator Scapulae Stretch

Stretching exercise to reduce the tension after long computer work

Supine Neck Extension

Strengthening exercise in acute neck pain after an accident

Rotation SNAG with Towel

Exercise to improve neck rotation and relieve headaches

Shoulder Shrugs

Exercises to strengthen neck and shoulder muscles

4-Point Chin Tuck

Strengthening exercise for back neck muscles

Trapezius Stretch

Exercise to reduce tension and trigger point in neck muslces

Scalene Stretch

Stretching to reduce tension and trigger point activity

Chin Tucks

Exercise to stabilize neck and reduce headache and neck pain

Resisted Side Flexion

Mobility and strengthening exercise for neck muscles

Diagonals

Stretching exercise to reduce pain traveling to arms & hands

DISCLAIMER

All exercise videos shared on our website are intended as a reference for our patients. Please follow the instructions given by your therapist/practitioner. As with all exercise programs, when using these videos, use common sense.

By performing the exercises featured in these videos without consulting our clinical team, you are performing them at your own risk. 

 PHYSIOMOBILITY HEALTH GROUP WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY INJURY, AGGRAVATION OF YOUR SYMPTOMS OR HARM YOU MAY SUSTAIN AS A RESULT OF PERFORMING THESE EXERCISES WITHOUT PROPER ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS. CONSULT YOUR TRUSTED HEALTH PRACTITIONER PRIOR TO STARTING ANY EXERCISE PROGRAM IF YOU HAVE ANY HEALTH CONDITION. 

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