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I have a serious issue with severe pain, cracking, stiffness, soreness, and lack of full mobility in neck without associated pain. My MRI showed that I didn't have any of these touching a nerve so it is unclear why I'm in so much pain. I find this disturbing. I have been taking muscle relaxants for 60 days and they do little to nothing to help with my pain. They have basically been working as a sleeping pill. The next step is to get steroid injections and I would rather not. I recently joined a gym and have been working a lot on stretching which temporarily does give a little relief, but not much. I am also on HRT and Effexor for depression. What would you folks recommend?
  sue28 on 2012-06-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Perhaps you can get a prescription on
here-you need to be looked at overall
totality to really do it the right way
and HRT and Effexor are for other
issues you are not asking about that
need to be addressed in the totality.

As far as other pain relief besides
homeopathy- I can suggest that you
get some serious massage- Shiatsu if
you have that in your area, or look up
who you have that is serious body work.

Some of this can be cause from repeated work posture , such as looking down a bit at computer screen,
or your position in bed reading etc-
just a tiny habit you may not even
know you are doing can start all this up.Also there are chiropractors who
specialize in the Atlas ( neck) and do
a very gentle technique of where the
head drops off onto lower part of
chiro table and atlas re adjusts- if the
atlas is not right then All goes out of sync. I just had sent a friend to
shiatsu bc she got neck very strained
bc of how they have computer set up
at work-she can't change what they did and now fixes this by massage
every 2 weeks. Acupuncture is another
option for you also.
simone717 last decade
I went back to school at 50 years old, studied for 2 yrs, stopped to help my mother who was hospitalized, then packed her apt by myself to move her into assisted living. As soon as the move was done, my neck issue came on out of nowhere - however, I will say I started to feel something during the month she was in rehab and I would be visiting her. At the same time she was experiencing severe pain in her neck - so I thought it was psychosomatic. But, after everything was done and she was moved into her apt a month later mine become toast. Ever since (Dec 2011) I have been in agony. It is a nightmare. I appreciate your input. I will look into what you suggested. By any chance, are you a practitioner of something?
sue28 last decade

[message deleted by simone717 on Wed, 06 Jun 2012 05:31:13 BST]
simone717 last decade
Hmmmm... couldn't find your email...I would love to be able to communicate with you...
sue28 last decade

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