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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Suggest treatment for neck pain

es I went to the doctor I a couple of weeks ago because I was having pains on my neck and the left side of my head above my ear. The doctor said it was probably just a pulled muscle due to my bad posture (I have a slight curvature on my back) and my lack of physical activity. After that my condition has improved a little . But sometimes during the day I feel a pulling sensation on the left side of my head where it was previously hurting. It has only happened three times so far and usually before this occurs I m slouching. And I m also still experiencing a sore neck and shoulders and sometimes the left side of my head. I was just wondering if this is normal ? And what could be causing these pulling sensations? (Probably my slouching). Any advice to improve the soreness? Could this be serious?
Thu, 10 Dec 2015
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dear friend
you seem to be having torticollis that is wry neck
please try physiotherapy for strengthening the neck and upper back muscles with any pain killer with muscle relaxent combination pill under guidance of a physiotherapist and orthopedician
it will certainly help
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Suggest treatment for neck pain

dear friend you seem to be having torticollis that is wry neck please try physiotherapy for strengthening the neck and upper back muscles with any pain killer with muscle relaxent combination pill under guidance of a physiotherapist and orthopedician it will certainly help