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I have several problems with my back when I am sitting, laying or applying pressure to that area

I am 31 yr old female of average height and weight and have several problems with my back. I have arthritis in my neck, subluxations which cause a lot of mid and upper back pain, as well as my neck and shoulder. I also have a constant muscle vibration that I can feel most noticeably in my thighs, buttocks , back and arms when i am sitting, laying or applying pressure to that area. My husband and I had to get a bed that isolates your partners movement, since he could feel the constant vibration in the bed and it would keep him up. My guess to this is there may a nerve somewhere in my spine or neck that is inflamed perhaps. My question, in relation to all of this, has to do with me a being a hairdresser. I wonder how much hope I can have of ever healing my spine while having this career. I would appreciate some advice on if I should seriously consider changing careers altogether and if this is a losing battle, even with the aid of a chiropractor . Also, what are possible risks in continuing to subject my spine to this stress ?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Jan 2011
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Naturopathy & Yoga Specialist 's  Response
Looking into the description of your symptoms, it will be better to consult an General Physician and then consult a Orthopaedic. Following it, if required you may consult a Neurologist.
Having diagnosed you may also choose Acupuncture for relief of your pain in the neck, shoulder and thoracic region.
I feel your hair dressing could be the most probable cause of your neck & shoulder pain.
Answered: Mon, 22 Aug 2011
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Nephrologist Dr. Rakesh Madhyastha's  Response
Thanks for the query

Looks like u have involuntary movements while at rest. THere are several causes for these and some of them are treateable causes. I dont think it has anything to do with the nerves of the spine. It is more at a central level. Meet a neurologist, u might have to undergo some scans and EEG
Have a healthy living
Answered: Thu, 18 Aug 2011
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