Neck & Shoulder Pain Relief

These neck and shoulder pain relief exercises and stretches include videos for general neck pain, rotator cuff issues, neck spasms, general shoulder pain as well as text neck and shoulder bursitis. Watch as Doctor Jo demonstrates a variety of physical therapy exercises and stretches for neck & shoulder pain relief.
Cervical Tinnitus Relief
Tinnitus is often referred to as “ringing in the ears,” but it can include sounds of buzzing, hissing, whistling, swooshing, and clicking. These stretches may help relieve cervical tinnitus.
Cervical Vertigo
Cervical vertigo, also called cervicogenic dizziness, is a feeling of disorientation or unsteadiness caused by a neck injury or health condition that affects the neck. Here are some neck stretches & exercises that can help provide relief.
Stop headache neck pain
Headaches are often accompanied by neck pain. Relaxing the muscles around the neck and shoulder area with these stretches and exercise may help relieve the headache as well as the neck pain.
Neck Stretches
Welcome to Day 1 of my Whole Body Wellness Challenge for beginners! This real-time Neck Stretches & Exercise routine is simple, but effective in helping strengthen the neck & relieve pain.
Shoulder Stretches & Exercises
These general shoulder stretches & exercises are simple, but effective in helping to strengthen the shoulders & relieve shoulder pain. This shoulder routine is performed in real-time so it’s easy to follow along.
Cervical traction
Cervical traction is a popular treatment for general neck pain and specific diagnoses like a pinched nerve known as radiculopathy, disc issues, arthritis, stenosis, and a few others.
Crick in the Neck Relief
A Crick in the neck usually refers to a sudden, sharp pain or tightness in the neck or surrounding muscles. It can be caused by many things because several muscles in the neck also go down into the shoulder. These neck stretches & exercises may help relieve a crick in the neck.
Favorite Shoulder Exercise
My favorite exercise for the shoulder area is a shoulder or scapular squeeze. It’s great for the shoulders, neck, and upper back. This exercise is performed in real-time, so it’s easy to follow along if you want.

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