Neck Rotation: As we get older neck rotation starts to diminish, which makes people have to move their whole body when they want to look to the side. This can make looking over your shoulder difficult while driving. Restricted neck rotation causes temple headaches, eye pain and jaw pain because the muscles in the neck refer into the head. Forward head posture is a common postural distortion from sitting and computer work. This can lead to posterior headaches and tight shoulders (upper trapezius), and a tight upper back.
Assisted Stretching can help the head move back into proper alignment, and increase rotational motion for a decrease in headache and neck pain. This helps rotational sports like golfing, tennis, and road cyclers who need to look over their shoulder to check for traffic.