Fort Wayne Neck Pain and Sleep Apnea Snoring! Related 11/26/2013“Roll over. You’re snoring!” Sound familiar? Lots of Fort Wayne couples have the same issue when one person snores when he or she sleeps. (Yes, women snore! For every 2 to 3 men diagnosed, one woman is. (1) 22 million Americans have sleep apnea. (2) ) Sleep apnea is rampant, and the snorers and their partners want some relief! Your Fort Wayne chiropractor keeps up on interesting new research like this that just came out about neck pain conditions as potential culprits for sleep apnea. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc treats these conditions for Fort Wayne neck pain patients every day. First, let’s look at the new research paper then consider how chiropractic care may help relieve these neck pain conditions gently and safely. Disc degeneration (osteophytes), arthritis, and even neck fusion surgery may contribute to sleep apnea. Researchers point out that misaligned vertebrae, the bones of the spine, in the upper neck are of particular concern. (3) None of these worry your Fort Wayne chiropractor. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc offers gentle chiropractic care in the form of Cox Technic. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc cares for patients with neck pain by first taking a thorough history and performing many tests during the examination to pinpoint the cause of neck pain. A treatment plan to include chiropractic care as appropriate would be established. Your chiropractor fully realizes the close proximity of the cervical spine to the upper airway where snoring and sleep apnea result. Caution is always prudent. Our treatment is always doctor-controlled and specific, noting your spine’s reaction to treatment throughout and adapting as needed. Your Fort Wayne neck pain is in great hands! So if you and/or a loved one suffers with sleep apnea and neck pain, contact Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc. Let’s explore another avenue for your care and Fort Wayne pain relief.« View All Spine Articles"This information and website content is not intended to diagnose, guarantee results, or recommend specific treatment or activity. It is designed to educate and inform only. Please consult your physician for a thorough examination leading to a diagnosis and well-planned treatment strategy. See more details on the DISCLAIMER page. Content is reviewed by Dr. James M. Cox I."