He may want to perform a few tests, including a possible MRI of your cervical spine. It could be just a pinched nerve or possible disc bulging/ herniation with impingement on a nerve root - in which case you may have additional symptoms involving more than just your scalpula. At any rate, a neurologist is the best possible way to approach the situation to confirm the root cause.
Nerve damage compressed vertebrates pinched nerve chiropractor will be able to tel you more they r not quacks they r true docs do not like em cause they don't give out drugs and most peeps that go to em usually only have to take Motrin or Tylenol for pain not a money maker for docs I have been seeing one for 4 yrs and even b4 that for 3
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