Neck Pain

Neck Pain Treatment With Your Chiropractor in Fairfax, VA

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Neck pain treatment in Fairfax depends on your personal situation and the causes of your pain. When you experience pain from whiplash, an injury in a vehicle or any other accident, you want to address the cause of your discomfort and start the healing process as soon as possible. The key to appropriate treatment is evaluating your injuries and then working on a realistic treatment plan with our Fairfax chiropractor, Dr. Christopher Frey.

Chiropractic Care for Neck Pain

Dr. Frey offers the tools to address neck pain based on your injuries and situation. The type of pain that you experience plays a key role in the recovery process, so we offer different treatments based on the underlying cause of your pain.

The treatments we offer for pain relief in your neck include:

  • Chiropractic Adjustments
  • Massage Therapy
  • Spinal Decompression Therapy
  • Appropriate Exercise Programs
  • Acupuncture

We develop a personalized treatment plan based on your situation and your goals. Our plan focuses on addressing the causes of your pain and helping heal the injuries through natural solutions.

Long-Term Recovery Solutions at Circle Chiropractic Center

Neck pain treatment at our Fairfax office provides natural solutions based on your long-term recovery goals. By combining chiropractic adjustments with massage therapy and acupuncture, we help address the causes of your pain and discomfort. 

Massage therapy also helps when you experience pain from strained or sprained muscles in your neck. We help address poor alignment in your neck with spinal manipulation and neck manipulation treatments. When combined withspinal decompression therapy, we focus on alleviating the discomfort by addressing the problems that contribute to pain.

Our Fairfax chiropractor, Dr. Christopher Frey, provides the tools to help with your goals. We take a long-term approach to recovery by developing a personalized treatment plan that allows your injuries to heal without taking unnecessary risks with your health. We use appropriate tools based on the severity of your injuries or the pain that you experience. As a result, Dr. Frey provides the solutions you need to accomplish your goals and start healing after an injury or a strain that causes pain in your neck.

Addressing the Cause of Pain

Our practice focuses on addressing the underlying cause of your pain. In the case of pain in your neck, we focus on the most common concerns and evaluate the severity of your injuries before developing an appropriate treatment plan. Dr. Christopher Frey will use natural solutions to alleviate and manage pain so that you heal and recover without harsh side effects.

Chiropractic care is a natural process that focuses on improving your posture, alleviating pain and ensuring that your spine and neck function appropriately. Our practice provides the tools that you need to recover from injuries and improve your mobility over time.

Pain impacts your lifestyle and your goals, but you have options available to help with discomfort, strains and injuries to your neck. It is not necessary to put up with discomfort. For more details about our treatment options and strategies in Fairfax, contact us today at (703) 385-2990! 


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Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Dr. Frey and his staff are wonderful. He brings warmth and heart as well as years of training and experience to his practice. I recommend him highly."
    R. Schrader
  • "Great chiropractic treatment. Really helps with scoliosis and post-car accident pain. And they work with you for payment options. The staff is really knowledgeable and kind"
    Christina M.
  • "Doc is awesome! Not much more to say, very knowledgeable staff and excellent service!"
    Richie F.
  • "I maintain a grueling schedule with the Department of Defense. My neck pain is controlled with periodic adjustments (once every 3-4 weeks). This keeps me comfortable with my work and exercise schedule."
    Bill Mills