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Neck Pain

Acupuncture therapy is associated with functional improvement by reducing pain and increasing range of motion in the following conditions:


  • Brachial neuritis

  • Cervical degenerative disc disease

  • Cervical stenosis

  • Cervicobrachial syndrome

  • Cervical radiculopathy

  • Whiplash

With its minimal risk of complications, acupuncture perfectly complements other therapeutic modalities, like a physical therapy, chiropractic, nerve blocks, and over-the-counter pain relief drugs.

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Woman with neck pain


Chen, L., Li, M., Fan, L., Zhu, X., Liu, J., Li, H., Xu, Z., Chen, J., Liang, Z., Liu, Z., Feng, L., Chen, X., He, Q., Chen, X., Ou, A., He, J., Ma, R., Ning, B., Jiang, L., Li, S., … Fu, W. (2021). Optimized acupuncture treatment (acupuncture and intradermal needling) for cervical spondylosis-related neck pain: a multicenter randomized controlled trial. Pain, 162(3), 728–739.


Sant'Anna, M. B., Sant'Anna, L. B., Chao, L. W., & Sant'Anna, F. M. (2021). Auriculotherapy for Chronic Cervical Pain. Medical acupuncture, 33(6), 403–409.


Witt, C. M., Jena, S., Brinkhaus, B., Liecker, B., Wegscheider, K., & Willich, S. N. (2006). Acupuncture for patients with chronic neck pain. Pain, 125(1-2), 98–106.

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