Stress and anxiety can trigger tension headaches. They are caused by a tightening of the muscles in the upper back, neck and head. Headaches that start anywhere from 11am-3pm and will generally get worse.
Neck pain is the feeling of spasms and sharp pains around the neck muscles especially when rotating the neck. It can also cause discomfort while laying down, pins and needles or numbness down one/both arms.
Neck stiffness, may include feelings of soreness, difficulty moving your head. It often not caused by the neck at all and is hard to pin point as it may be a result of the areas in the upper back and neck.
Thoracic Misalignment is when one or more of these vertebrae fall out of alignment, this is also known as a pinched nerve between the shoulders. It may vary from a local pain to a sharp strong shooting pain.
A rib misalignment occurs when your rib moves slightly (backwards and inwards) from the thoracic vertebra towards the spine, the muscles in your back will then contract and tighten to protect the misalignment.
The lower section of the spine called the lumbar spine, is made up of five vertebrae (a series of small bones which form the backbone) when they misalign it is referred to as lumbar misalignment/pinched nerve.
Pelvic Misalignment is also known as pelvic tilt. It is pain in the lowest part of your abdomen and pelvis. It occurs when the pelvic bone leans or is tilted to one side causing the spine to be uneven.