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CERVICAL MYALGIA

hi a dr. tolk me today i may have a cervical myalgia, what i need to do, or what dr. i need to see, neurosugery say i dont need surgery, but i fell many pain in my back neck, what next move please dr.
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Hi there. Cervical myalgia is pain attributed to the muscle, the muscles implicated are trapezius, levator scapulae etc. A trigger point is defined as a hyperirritable area located in a palpable taut band of muscle fibers. there is restricted range of motions and increased sensitivity to stretch of muscle fibers in a taut band . You need to consult a neurologist for the same. After confirmation of diagnosis, you should check up with a pain physician, who is a trained anesthesiologist with knowledge about nerve blocks and management of chronic pain conditions. Take care.



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thank you  Dr Sharma
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