Head & Neck Therapy - Little Rock | Pinnacle Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy for Head and Neck

Turn Your Head Without Pain

No Headaches,
No Soreness,
No More Pain

Not all head and neck pain is the same! By focusing on the actual cause of your pain instead of the overlying effects, Pinnacle Physical Therapy in Little Rock, AR can treat your pain! Imagine turning your neck to look over your shoulder while driving and having no pain and a better ability to see, or perhaps waking up without headaches or migraines. With our personalized care, you can live a pain-free life.

What is Head and Neck Pain?

Head and neck pain can be caused by a wide variety of problems. The most common are due to injuries, poor posture, neck strains, and more. Other more serious problems can be caused by pinched nerves or herniated discs. For help with diagnosing your head and neck pain, trust Pinnacle.

How Can We Help?

Stop living with neck pain! Pinnacle is here to guide you through your head and neck pain with our proven process.

Get a Full Body Evaluation

Get started with head and neck care by scheduling a full body evaluation! Your PT will take a thorough history, analyze your movements, and educate you on their findings to create a holistic healing plan for you.

Understanding Your Head and Neck Pain

Before Dr. Murphy and the PT's at Pinnacle start any treatment, they make sure to take your full patient history and understand the root of your pain. This will help them create a personalized, hands-on treatment plan.

Treating Your Head and Neck Pain

With a care plan in place, your physical therapist will guide you through exercises, help you modify your lifestyle habits that need changing, perform hands on manual therapy, and develop milestones to keep your therapy on-track and ensure your goals are being met.

On-Going Care

Along with treatment sessions, your PT will teach you exercises to complete at home to ensure your head and neck heal properly.

Common Head
and Neck Pain Conditions

Headaches & Migraines

Stress, muscle tension, exercise, poor posture, pinched nerves, and more can cause headaches and migraines.

Pinched Nerve in Neck

A pinched nerve is often caused by excessive amounts of pressure being applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues.

Herniated Disc in Neck

A herniated disc in the neck is often caused by wear and tear throughout the years.

TMJ Disorder

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder is a condition that affects the jaw joints and the muscles surrounding them, causing pain and stiffness in the head, neck, and jaw. 

Discovery Visit

Here is your opportunity to talk with our PT specialists to get to know us and make sure we can help you achieve your goals! It is also a chance for our team to make sure you are a good fit for what we do and that we know we can help you.

Evaluate your condition with a $49 Discovery!

During your discovery visit, you will discover...

  1. An explanation of what is going on. From a PT’s perspective there is a root cause of why pain or limitation is present.
  2. Can a PT help you with the issue you have?
  3. How long will it take to see results?
  4. What will it cost?
  5. What you can start doing at home to speed up your recovery.
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