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Neck and shoulder pain?

Discussion in 'Pain and Inflammation' started by Gavman, Feb 4, 2012.

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    Gavman Senior Member

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    Very useful, thanks. Neck pain has always been my worst. I think combining theses stretches with massage therapy would be beneficial.
     
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    Thanks, for me this is currently an issue as well - will try it right now!
     
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    Thanks Gav!
     
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    I fixed a frozen shoulder years ago by working trigger points. It's pretty amazing.

    I have chronic neck pain that radiates down my right arm. I work the scalenes (page 7) regularly to keep this under control. You have to dig around a bit - they sit under the big neck tendons. But they're easy to find because they hurt like the dickens.
     

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