The job of secondary school teachers involves a lot of head down posture as frequent reading, assignment correction, computer use and writing on a board put them at risk of developing occupational related neck pain. Available studies of neck pain experienced by teachers are limited. The purpose of this study was to determine whether training of deep cervical flexor muscles with pressure biofeedback has any significant advantage over conventional training for pain and disability experienced by school teachers with neck pain. The data analysis revealed that there was significant improvement in pain and disability in both the groups and the results were better in the experimental group. The article for this study has been accepted for publication in Journal of Physical therapy Science and due to appear in volume 24, issue 7 (August 2012).