Isometric cervical rotation is great for helping to cut back neck pain and tension. More neck exercises and stretches:
To perform isometric cervical rotation:
1. Start along with your shoulders relaxed and your head in a neutral position. Place your hand on the side of your head to maintain your head from actually moving.
2. Turn your head gently into your hand like you will look behind you.
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Isometric Cervical Rotation for Neck Pain:
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