- Aug. 7, 2021
-- Riverstone Chiropractic is offering a new service of post-top surgery mobility recovery. Many folks head into their top surgeries knowing that their chest may feel painful or tight for days to weeks post-surgery. But they are often surprised to discover that pain in their necks or backs are bothering them as much or more than their actual incision-related pain. Between the muscle splinting (guarding) that happens post-trauma, and the limited sleeping and resting positions that recovery requires, the neck and back muscles may start screaming out in discomfort.
The good news is that there are several things you can do do get rid of your post-op top surgery neck and back pain, and I'm going to show you exactly how to do it in this video and eBook. You will gain a more clear understanding of why neck pain after top surgery develops in the first place, and also learn the steps you can take to help minimize your discomfort. Follow along week-by-week. All of the exercises you learn in the early weeks can be continued into the later stages of your recovery. Of course, please defer to the post-op instructions and restrictions given to you by your surgeon, and immediately discontinue any of these exercises if they cause you pain.
The entire video and downloadable guide can be found here:https://riverstonechiropractic.com/2021/06/top-surgery-ne...