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Your neck has already been killing you for weeks, and now your world won’t stop spinning. Unsurprisingly, it’s starting to affect your day-to-day life. You no doubt want to go back to normal life as soon as possible.

Neck pain has a wide range of causes. Your neck may start to ache after a long day of sitting in front of a computer. It can also be a symptom of a spine-related injury or illness. Or perhaps it’s something else entirely–maybe something even worse than what you initially thought. But when the feeling of disorientation or dizziness starts to set in, you may be suffering from cervical vertigo, otherwise known as cervicogenic dizziness.

Let's face it, no man wants to look like a chicken. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many who suffer from the embarrassing condition known as  "chicken neck". More commonly called "turkey neck", this accumulation of loose skin can be a serious blow to any man's self-esteem.  While drastic measures like a neck lift may be able to help, there is a better fix that doesn't involve going under the knife.

Whether you've just started out playing or you've been playing for years, neck and back pain is something most tennis players have experienced. Knowing how tennis affects your upper back muscles can help you figure out what is the best course of action to treat it.
At St. Vincent Sports Performance, Jeff Richter is better preparing IndyCar drivers for the challenges on the track.Anyone who thinks IndyCar drivers aren't top level athletes, doesn’t understand the extreme challenges the body is exposed to in a racecar. Traveling at 200+ mph, banking into turns at 4-5 Gs, in a cockpit that reaches upwards of 130°, racecar drivers require a unique (high level, advanced) approach to their strength training and endurance conditioning.
Are you curious about how MMA neck exercises can help improve your training? You've come to the right place. The neck isn't usually the first area people think of when they think of MMA training. Instead, you might picture professional fighters running up flights of stairs or doing burpees or kettlebell swings in a crowded gym. Or, maybe you're envisioning sparring or heavy bag work.
If you're suffering from military neck, aka cervical kyphosis, you may find that doing specific military neck exercises can help relieve your neck pain. 
For wrestlers, a strong neck can mean the difference between triumphant victory and painful defeat. During a wrestling match, weight is frequently placed on the head and neck, and the body can be aggressively pulled in different directions.
If you've been struggling with pain in your neck accompanied by feelings of dizziness, you are likely wondering if the two are related. Can neck problems cause dizziness? Don't be surprised if you ever experience pain in the neck paired with dizziness. 

Are you suffering from neck pain after wrestling? Unfortunately, pain and soreness comes with the territory of this sport. Anyone who spends enough time wrestling will deal with some sort of pain in the neck.

Your neck has already been killing you for weeks, and now your world won’t stop spinning. Unsurprisingly, it’s starting to affect your day-to-day life. You no doubt want to go back to normal life as soon as possible. Neck pain has a wide range of causes. Your neck may start to ache after a long day of sitting in front of a computer. 

Are you suffering from boxing neck pain? Boxing is a fun, challenging workout and a great way to stay in shape. For some of us, this is a sport we’ve dedicated our lives to. However, it’s no secret that combat sports like boxing can lead to injury. 

When we think about neck stiffness, many of us just want to tough it out and keep up our regular exercise routine. But it's important to take the time to address any changes in mobility. If you're struggling with some tightness or stiffness, you may be better off restructuring your workouts to focus on dealing with this issue, so you can get back to operating at 100%.