Thread: Neck and L-shoulder pain
9/11/2011 6:39pm, #11
Shoulder pain's a slight concern - sounds like you may have some disc irritation in there. Any feelings of weakness/tingling in your affected arm? Does neck movement make arm/shoulder pain worse?
If so, I'd suggest consulting a chiropractor/osteopath. Failing that, consult doctor, who will be able to tell you who to see.
9/11/2011 7:12pm, #12
9/11/2011 7:34pm, #13
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Check out a chiropractor, they are pretty winning. If it persists, I'd go see a for-real doctor
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Originally Posted by Cy Q. Faunce
9/11/2011 8:11pm, #14
Osteopaths do spinal adjustments/manipulations and are actual doctors; that would be my first choice.
9/11/2011 8:13pm, #15
I think I'm going to head over to NCNM next week and make an appointment to get checked out as the consensus is professional medical evaluation.
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9/20/2011 10:36pm, #16
Well, my appointment at NCNM is set for tomorrow at 4pm. So I'll be back with the verdict.
9/22/2011 11:56am, #17
My C3, C6, and T6 vertebrae were out of alignment.
9/22/2011 12:31pm, #18
....so, did they chiropract them back in place and ease your symptoms?
9/22/2011 2:22pm, #19
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9/23/2011 10:34pm, #20
They adjusted me and prescribed calcium magnesium as well as a few other things. I have to go back again for another 2 sessions.