I had an mri that showed C3 &c4 bones out of place I was told I have arthritis in my neck also I have burnning in my shoulders they say arthritis I was going to physical therapy I was feeling better then I stopped going ,every mornning I am sore should I go to a bone specialist I dont like taking med I was taking fexeril now and then but I dont like the way I feel it makes me very edgy and anxious bas835
Sometimes the side effects of meds are as bad as the pain we feel. Keep working with your docs to find a med that is right for you. People react differently to different meds. There are lots of them out there. If you can't tolerate one, then find one you can take. I agree that PT makes you feel better, but if you don't keep it up at home, you regress back to where you were before going.
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