Neck pain comes in many forms and while they can be painful and debilitating most are not serious.
It can be useful to look at neck pain in two ways: Acute or Chronic. There can be some confusion over just what acute and chronic actually mean. Taken at their most simple, acute simply means “has happened recently” while chronic means “has existed for a long time” (usually over 3 months, but often much longer). The confusion arises as often chronic is used synonymously with “bad” or “painful”, you may have heard someone say they have “chronic neck ache” when they were actually trying to say they have “severe neck ache”.
We make the distinction between chronic and acute pain as chronic pain is often treated in a very different way from acute pain.
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