Have you ever yearned for regular chiropractic for your neck?
Do you have trouble justifying paying $30-60 for routine adjustments?
Us too! And, many of our family, friends, and patients have expressed a similar frustration.
If you have an occasional or recurrent stiff or mildly painful neck or headaches, perhaps from work, running, cycling, lifting, devices, or any other cause, we think, based on science and experience, that exercise combined with manual therapy is a great approach. You can do the exercise on your own. Now, you can affordably add regular chiropractic to your routine.
P.S. We will never try to upsell you. Nor is this a gimmick to get you in the door. We just want to make it easy to add routine adjustments to your life.
A systematic reviewed concluded that exercise combined with manual therapy is helpful for neck pain.
We recommend you follow a healthy lifestyle and perform neck exercises. Now, with The Neck Resource, you can add chiropractic for an affordable, sustainable price.
A study showed that maintenance chiropractic can be helpful for neck pain (see Table 3, SMT+Exercise in the study below).
In this study, combining exercise and chiropractic resulted in the best outcomes for reducing pain, improving function, and improving range of motion.
Getting going with 3 easy steps.
Start a monthly subscription for $15 per month. This subscription includes 2 adjustments per month.
Use your account to schedule adjustments. If you ever want more than 2 per month, simply schedule additional adjustments for $5 each.
You control your account. If you are happy, great. Your subscription will renew each month automatically. If it’s not for you, simply cancel your membership. No questions asked.
We’d love to hear from you. Email, call, or text and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can!
The Neck Resource
6657 W. Ottawa Avenue
Littleton, CO 80127
Phone: 303.808.5385 (call or text)
Who We Are
Hi, my name is Zach Snyder. I’m a Littleton, Colorado native. I earned my Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2006. Before Palmer, I attended the Colorado School of Mines, where I played football and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering (2001). I received dry needling certification from KinetaCore (Levels 1 – 3, from 2015 to 2018).