What causes chronic neck pain?

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What causes chronic neck pain?
« on: 24/05/2006 07:25:05 »
hi all! well here is my problem and question:-

I know that millions of people in the world suffer from neck pains. I myself have constant pain in the backside of my neck. I try not to bend my head down too much anymore and keep it straight up - but still it doesnt go away!
<b>Can someone tell me WHY this happens CONstantly? If i move my head up or down, it hurts my neck bone.</b> <u>Why</u> and <u>how</u> would i solve this problem. Responses will be greatly appreciated.

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Re: What causes chronic neck pain?
« Reply #1 on: 25/05/2006 12:46:04 »
Pain in the back of the neck is often associated with whiplash. If it is, or you think it may be, the pain should dissapear of its own accord within a few months.
 

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Re: What causes chronic neck pain?
« Reply #2 on: 02/03/2007 16:24:06 »
Pain in the back of the neck is often associated with whiplash. If it is, or you think it may be, the pain should dissapear of its own accord within a few months.

Very true paddy and one could also include computer screen whiplash, if I could be allowed to coin a new phrase? My neck often gives me fits after a steady 2 or 3 hour session on my computer. Just a thought my friend..........Infy
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