Say goodbye to neck pain!
This is one of the very few self-help techniques I’ve come up with that can perfectly mimic what I do in my private practice, and that means you should get an INSTANT and very powerful result (if you do it correctly).
Before I go any further, however…
WARNING: DO THIS FIRST!
If if you have significant neck pain of any kind, I highly encourage you to use my pec and deltoid release BEFORE attempting this technique.
The majority of neck pain does not originate in the neck, it is usually in your chest and (front) shoulders. If you try to release your neck first you might make things worse. The reason is, often times our neck is getting “tight” because it is fighting the constant pull of our forward rotated shoulders; it’s engaged in an unwinnable battle to pull our necks back where they are supposed to be.
If this is the case and you release your neck WITHOUT releasing the chest FIRST, then you’ve just created a scenario in which your neck will be FAR more likely to be pulled forward from the chest tightness that is still present, the very thing the neck is attempting to counteract by pulling back and tightening up. Your neck may react by clamping down even harder after a few hours, which is not what we want!
For the BEST result no matter what your situation or goal: combine the pec and deltoid release with this one and your head will feel like it’s floating!
This technique can relieve or eliminate:
- Neck pain of ALL kinds
- Tension headaches and migraines (if tension related)
- Jaw and TMJ pain
- Grip issues related to a nerve blockage in the neck
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and/or nerve pain shooting down the arm
- Brachial Plexus issues
- “Text neck” or pain associated with looking down for hours every day
- Neck pain associated with forward rotated shoulders and
- forward head posture
- and…I’ve even been told by 3 clients that they believe this technique (in my office, not the lacrosse ball version) improved their EYESIGHT! I’m not sure I can substantiate that claim, BUT…the area you’re releasing with this technique does block or open a blood pathway to the ocular nerve…so ya never know!