Physical therapists say they’re seeing more and more people come in with “textneck” — sore and damaged necks from looking down at our phones so much.
Physical therapists say they’re seeing more and more people come in with “textneck” — sore and damaged necks from looking down at our phones so much. Phil Velasquez TNS
Physical therapists say they’re seeing more and more people come in with “textneck” — sore and damaged necks from looking down at our phones so much. Phil Velasquez TNS

Teens showing signs of ‘text neck'

August 08, 2016 05:13 PM

UPDATED August 08, 2016 05:13 PM

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