If you’re experiencing neck cramps, you may have some sort of strain, sprain, or a muscle spasm. Another possible cause of your neck cramp, albeit rare, is GERD (gastroespophageal reflux disease.) You may experience a substantial amount of pain, headaches, or dizziness if your neck muscles around your vertebrae tighten for any reason. Here are some self-care tips that can help you get rid of neck cramps. Make sure to schedule an appointment with Spine Center of Texas if these do not work:
What you should do if self-care fails
If you try the self-care steps mentioned above and you’re still having neck cramps or they are getting worse, it’s time to see the doctor. Your doctor can provide you with intensified heat therapy to provide more lasting results, or recommend certain types of exercises that can strengthen your muscles. Let the experts at Spine Center of Texas help you treat your painful neck cramps. Contact us to schedule an appointment.