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Punched in face, pushed down stairs. Having excruciating neck pain, back pain. Suggestions?

I was punched in the face and then pushed down 5 concrete stairs 2 days ago. I went to the ER, had Xrays, CT, etc. The dr. said everything was fine prescibed me muscle relaxers, antiinflammatory , and a mild pain reliever. Ever since my neck hurts (similar to whiplash) but my lower back is what is causing excruciating pain. Nothing is working. I cant sleep or get comfortable. Bending over or twisting slightly brings tears to my eyes. ????
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Thanks for writing in.

You are having pain due to spasm and inflammation of group of muscles in your back and neck regions. You need to take rest for 3 to 5 days and also increase dose of pain killers if necessary. Please continue applying muscle relaxants and do not involve in heavy physical activity for a while.

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Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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