About two or three weeks ago I started getting a burning pain on the right back of my neck. At first I just figured I was on the computer too long. but it is getting worse. I tried putting a lotion for pain and the burning sensation got much worse. I had to was the lotion off with cold water. I do get a little releif when I lay on a heating pad. Does anyone out there have had this experience and how do they fix it.
I was going to the chriopractor but he was rough in snaping my neck that I stopped about a month ago. Is it possible that there is a connection?
all of the published studies to date about chriopractic neck manipulation, agree that the risk is extremely low. Overall, a ratio of one to two cases per million neck adjustments represents a conservative and generally recognized estimate.
So,don't too worry. you should go to see orthopaedic doctor if pain constant.
I just got the same pain today i dont know what it is from but it is now tingling. I swear i didnt scratch the back of my neck today. I am a Colorguard for minnesota's 728 cadets marching band and we had a parade today. We had do hairspray our hair and puff it up but right when i got home from the event i thouroghly washed my hair. I dont know what it is or how to get rid of it!
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