Chronic Neck Pain

Neck Pain that is related to certain activities or positions

Neck pain that develops slowly (often over a number of years) and tends to occur during or after certain activities or neck positions is frequently caused by cervical foraminal stenosis. Usually, impingement of one nerve root on one side of the spine causes most of the symptoms. As many of the other problems such as low back or mid back most of this can be mainly stemming from long-term postural problems. Most all of my clients have been found to have neck pain problems maybe coming from structural problems. Clients that have this problems that left untreated some times turns into pain in other areas of their body. Reducing their activities and quality of life.

By receiving NFR treatments, many if not all of my clients with chronic neck pain report increased range of motion, reduced spasticity, and reduced, or completely eliminated, pain.



Dear Gary, I hope you remember me. Surely, I know I will remember you as having made a positive effect on my life. Your healing hands gave back to me range of motion in my neck and freedom from pain in my lower back, which I have not felt for a long, long time. I have a deep appreciation for the impact you have made on me and the impact it has created in my life. I believe in Bashert. Had I not tried your NFR our paths would have not crossed. Therefore, I have come to one conclusion that the only solution for me is to return to Boulder for your most magical manipulation. I will look forward to seeing you again. You make a difference to the lives you touch … one person at a time!


— Gratefully yours, Emily Kay


Gary explained what was going on with my back and neck pain And I left pain free.   

 Brenda Smith