Neck Pain Directory
Neck pain is common, but not normal. Causes include trauma, poor posture, muscle strain, bone abnormalities, and more. Diagnosing neck pain may require X-rays, MRIs, and other imaging tests. Many times, exercises can help alleviate pain. Stretching, strengthening exercises, yoga, and other similar forms of exercise are often helpful. Other treatments may include pain relievers, muscle relaxers, and other forms of treatment. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how neck pain is caused, treated, and prevented.
Questions About Neck Pain and Cervical Disk Disease
Can you treat neck pain from a herniated disk or degenerative disk disease on your own? Get answers to this and other questions about cervical disk disease from the experts at WebMD.
Shoulder and Neck Pain Treatment
Learn more from WebMD about neck and shoulder pain, including when to seek medical help.
Six Drugs That May Help Cervical Disc Disease
Several different medications, from anti-inflammatory drugs to steroids, can help ease your neck pain while you heal from cervical disc disease.
Neck Strain Treatment
WebMD explains first aid steps for treating a neck strain.