I am a mature student doing accountancy.
I was in a car crash last april and have a right shoulder injury and neck pain. I had 12 weeks of physio after and had my last session in dec. I have been ok since unitl two weeks ago.I have the pain back again. I was studying for my mock exams and doing a lots of writting could this have made it worse? please help! I am worried because i am doing my real exams in may. I am in alot of pain and scared to go to doctor because he might tell me I cann't do my exam. had to repeat first year because of accident.
Shoulder and neck is as bad as ever. went to the doctor and got more antiflammatory tablet they were not working so i stopped taking them back on the nurofen plus this helps a little.
had more physio and had the shoulder taped for three days.today i took the tape off.shoulder and neck very sore.
trying to study for exams and all the writing is not helping.I am right handed.
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