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Should I see a chiropractor for neck pain?

I am a 30 year old male and I have neck pain. Should I see a chiropractor for neck pain?

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I would suggest that you do. Chiropractors get some of the best results for musculoskeletal issues compared to other professions.
At least, need to be examined properly with the x-ray and than determine what is the source of the pain. But i would definitely start with a chiropractor.
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That would be my first choice a Chiropractor, they are experts with taking away neck pain. Good luck
That will be a good start. A chiropractor can examine you and determine if it’s an issue that can be addressed by a chiropractor or needs to be referred out to another specialist.
Chiropractic is very effective for neck pain. You should definitely see a chiropractor for your neck pain. They will evaluate what what is causing the pain and recommend a treatment program for you. Be assured that chiropractic is safe and effective for neck problems.
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Yes, you should consider seeing a chiropractor for neck pain. Chiropractic treatments are very conservative and no injections or medications are ever utilized. You will love it!

Angie Skokos, DC, MS
Scientific studies show that a combination of chiropractic and targeted exercises are the best treatment for all kinds of spinal pain. People usually do better with chiropractic care than with medical treatment, p.t. or other forms of treatment. They get better in half the time, use half the pain meds, and have twice the level of satisfaction with the care they receive. 

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Dr. Neill H.Payne
Absolutely. Most cases of neck pain respond very well to chiropractic treatment. If results are slow or if you have symptoms in your arms as well, an MRI would be helpful.
Take care and be well.

Dr. Eric Miller
Yes! Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) are licensed doctors who does diagnosis and either preforms and/or recommends treatment. That includes all areas of the neuromuscular system. The question is what is causing the problem with the area and that requires diagnosis. Diagnosis can't be done without an examination. If the cause is appropriate and responsive to conservative care then Chiropractic care with it's many therapeutic treatments is important and appropriate. Even if the problem has a permanent and/or structural component the treatments may still help, but may not totally eliminate the underlying cause. Don't wait to have the examination, as the sooner the problems is detected and treated the better.
Yes.
Absolutely, Chiropractic is one of the safest and most effective therapies for neck pain.