The goal of this exercise is to contract the anterior neck muscles without allowing movement of the head. Place your hands on the front of the head. Then, gently push the head into your hands
(as if bringing your head downwards to your chest). Provide enough resistance with your hand so that your head is not able to flex forward. Gradually increase the pressure with the head to a
comfortable tolerance, hold this pressure for ___ seconds*, then gradually relax.
If you have problems with balance or dizziness, perform this stretch in the seated position.
Repetitions and Sets:
*See personalized exercise prescription sheet.
IMPORTANT:If this or any other stretch/exercise causes pain, tingling, numbness or other abnormality discontinue and contact our office immediately.
The exercises/stretches contained within this website are solely for the use of existing, active patients of our clinic who have
received a prescription for these exercises/stretches. Other individuals do not have our permission to perform the exercises/stretches contained within and should not attempt to do so.
Attempting to perform these exercises/stretches, unless explicitly prescribed by our office, could result in serious injury or a worsening of existing conditions.
Dr. Michael Miller & Dr. Adam Z. Miller
884 Washington Street Norwood, Massachusetts 02062 Tel: (781) 762-5600