Homeopathy Treatment for neck pain

One of the most common diseases in this country is called neck pain. Especially people who work a lot on the PC in the office but also in their free time suffer from this pain quickly. After back pain, neck pain takes second place among the ailments along the spine.

Homeopathic remedies are used to relieve pain and tension.

Which homeopathic remedies help?

Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for neck pain that best suits your situation.


acute stiffness with very severe pain at the slightest movement. Heat worsens the symptoms.

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Neck pain caused by lying or twisting incorrectly, as well as rheumatic neck pain, especially in wet and cold weather. Movement is painful at first but then gets better.


Neck pain due to severe muscle tension. Pain travels down back, neck tender to touch. Can also pull in the arms, sometimes with numbness in the arms. Movement increases the pain.


Neck pain associated with a headache that starts in the neck and spreads to the eyes. Often with migraine attacks, dizziness and ringing in the ears.


Tension and pain in the neck due to a tense posture, e.g. B. at desk or computer work. Often associated with the feeling of overstrained, tired eyes.


Pain in the neck region with stiffness in the neck and pain in the shoulders. Patients have stabbing pains between the shoulder blades that radiate to the back of the head. Heat in neck aggravated. Cooling applications improve the pain.


  • Stress
  • muscle tension
  • malpractice in the workplace
  • overexertion
  • overweight
  • Herniated disc in the cervical spine
  • Sport
  • Rheumatic diseases


  • pain in the neck
  • Pain can extend to the back of the head, shoulders or arms.

Further tips and information on treatment

Massages, physiotherapy, heat applications (fango, cherry pit pillows, red light) can help to relieve tension and thus contribute to pain relief. Regular exercise is recommended for patients who frequently suffer from neck pain. In addition, sitting postures and workplace design should be scrutinized. Small changes are often enough to prevent neck pain. 


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