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Worse in the morning?



This is always a key question I ask when someone comes in and I love it when the answer is: yes!

That's because I know I can help.

Being worse in the morning is a key indicator of a joint stiffness problem. So if you’re neck or your shoulder or your back or whatever is worse in the morning, it’s because you’ve been asleep and not moving much, allowing the joint to get more stiff. Any joint that doesn't move properly will give you pain. 

The answer to making those joints move better is to loosen them up and that is what I do all day via manual therapy.