Everywhere you go there are people with their heads down, with their attention on their mobile device. We are seeing a lot of this these days, and although it is primarily among young people, older folks are also prone to having their necks in an awkward position while reading a kindle or using a digital phone.
This can create a new type of repetitive stress injury that can affect the bones,nerves, and muscles of the neck. This can cause disc pressure, reduction of the normal neck curve, pain or numbness in the hands, and pain in the shoulder or upper back.
The solution is to raise your digital device to eye level and see us regularly to correct the effects of Text Neck.