NecksLevel Clinic Locator: Find Neck Pain Relief Near You

*NecksLevel Certified Clinics have completed certification training on clinical use of the NecksLevel Pro for patient care from a NecksLevel Doctor of Physical Therapy.

Looking for Neck Pain Relief Near You?

Find neck pain relief and neck strengthening near you with our Clinic Locator! With over 160 locations, neck stiffness, pain relief, and improved neck strength is within reach. Don't forget to check out the NecksLevel neck workout machine for all your neck strengthening and rehab needs!

How to find the right Neck Rehab Clinic: A Short Guide

Finding a physical therapist or chiropractor for neck pain relief can be a daunting task, but it is essential to find the right professional to address your specific needs. Neck pain and injury can be debilitating and affect your daily activities, and seeking professional help can ensure a faster recovery and a better quality of life. Here are some steps to help you find the right therapist for your neck rehab:

1. Find a Clinic: Use our Clinic Locator to find a location near you, or ask for recommendations from people you trust (your primary care physician, friends, or family). If your top choice doesn't yet have a NecksLevel Pro, you can always request they purchase a unit. 

2. Get a Referral: Schedule a visit or call your primary care / orthopedic physician to get a referral to physical therapy for your neck injury. In some cases you won't need a referral from a physician and you can go to physical therapy via "direct access." You can always ask the physical therapy clinic if they can see patients like you without a referral. 

3. Get Insurance Verification: Call your clinic of choice and let them know you're interested in getting treated for your neck pain. Have your health insurance information ready so the clinic can verify that your visits will be covered. The clinic's front office will also be able to inform you of your copay amount (out of pocket expenses) if you have any. 

4. Choose a Provider: Once you've found a clinic, you'll want to work with a physical therapist or chiropractor with experience treating neck pain. Most outpatient clinicians treat neck pain, but some more than others. Also consider if a physical therapist has a certification in Orthopedics (OCS), Sports (SCS), or other relevant specializations. You can visit the clinic's website or call their office to get more information on their staff's education, training, and certifications. Remember, NecksLevel Certified Clinics have received specialized training in the use of the NecksLevel Pro for treating neck pain. 

In conclusion, if you feel like you need professional care from a physical therapist or chiropractor to alleviate your neck pain through neck rehab exercises and manual therapy, follow these steps to start feeling better today. We wish you the best of luck, and know that you are in good hands with a trained physical therapist or chiropractor.