Buy the Neck Crick WorksheetA 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. Buy a worksheet with these stretches & exercises: https://www.askdoctorjo.com/product/crick-in-neck-worksheet

Isometric cervical exercises such as sidebend and rotation can be a great way to stretch, strengthening, and reduce neck pain caused by a crick in the neck.

Chin tucks are not only a great exercise, but they are also a great way to stretch the neck and shoulder muscles. They can help with neck pain, tightness, weakness, and postural issues.

Finally, a stretch with a towel called SNAGs helps get specific segments stretched in your neck area.

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