slept on my neck wrong>> i think and now my neck is in terrible pain
i have a neck pain right under the neck from shoulder to shoulder.. i can move my head around but at certain times it hurts... So heres the story... i woke up 3 days ago and when i got up it felt like i slept in an akward position...then i stood up and a shock went to one of my bones near my should i think and i dunno ive had neck pain ever since....will it go away soon? and ive been to a chiropractor a month or so ago because i fell off my bike but that had more to do with my lower back... should i go to the chiropractor again or should i just let it get better on its own? and any info on how neck pain works and should i let it go for a week or go to a chiro imediately?
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