BTE Multi-Cervical Rehab Unit

The Multi-Cervical Unit is the only effective way to test your neck in all directions, then quickly rebuild your neck strength and restore balance.

MCU Neck Rehab Program

The BTE Multi-Cervical Unit (MCU) is the most advanced computerized neck strength testing and rehab equipment available. The chiropractors at Alberta Back and Neck Rehab & Sports Injuries Clinic are proud to bring Calgary residents this innovative equipment to combat their acute and chronic neck pain.

How Does MCU Rehab Help?

Medical Research shows that 75% of people with chronic neck pain, from any cause, will get significant relief of their pain simply by strengthening their neck with the Multi-Cervical Unit. When you have a neck injury, including disc herniation, degeneration, or arthritis, over time your neck muscles become ‘deconditioned’ or weaker because of the inability to move normally, protection mechanisms, muscle spasm, and more. This muscle weakness worsens the situation by creating poor biomechanics which in turn causes more pain and more muscle spasm and more weakness.

The MCU can gently rebuild your neck muscle strength, and in doing so, relieve your pain!

Neck Pain Treatment & Neck Strengthening

Alberta Back and Neck Rehab & Sports Injuries Clinic is proud to provide Calgary residents with the latest in innovative equipment to combat acute and chronic neck pain. A major cause of neck pain is muscle weakness, therefore we have sourced the most advanced computerized neck strength testing and rehab equipment available.

Does Muscle Weakness Cause Neck Pain?

When you have a neck injury, like a whiplash injury, disc herniation, degeneration, or arthritis, because of pain and the inability to move normally, your body tries to protect your neck by creating a splint with muscle spasm. Over time, your neck muscles become weaker and weaker. This muscle weakness worsens the situation by creating poor biomechanics which in turn causes more pain and more muscle spasm and more weakness, and the cycle continues.

When your neck muscles are weak and you have to sit at your computer and hold your head up so it doesn’t fall on your desk, you have to use muscles that are tight and painful so being at your computer aggravates your neck pain and gives you a headache. Also, you will never overcome issues of your neck continually going out of place, or disc injuries, if your neck is too weak.

Medical research shows that 75% of people with chronic neck pain, from any cause, can get relief by strengthening their weak neck muscles. But how do you know if your neck muscles are weak and which ones you need to strengthen? If you strengthen muscles that are strong instead of the weak ones, you will further increase the imbalance and make things worse!

Alleviate Neck Pain with the Multi-Cervical Unit (MCU)

Most people will get significant relief of their neck pain simply by strengthening their neck with the Multi-Cervical Unit. With the MCU, we measure your neck strength in 16 directions to see which muscles are weak. We can then help you strengthen the ones that are weak, and then retest to make sure you are once again strong in all directions, and just as importantly, that you are balanced left to right and front to back. Once you have enough strength in your neck muscles, then you can support the weight of your head without aggravating your symptoms, or without your neck continually going out of place.

The Multi-Cervical Unit is the only effective way to test your neck in all directions, then quickly rebuild your neck strength and restore balance. The MCU may be the most important step in recovering from your chronic neck pain! Find additional information on the Multi-Cervical Unit at our office. Call today to schedule an appointment and rid yourself of neck pain!

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