Thanks Dobin - that's good to hear. I'll be seeing him later so if you don't hear from me in the next few days....draft was right ;)
As you say I think sommt's probably just trapped or not sitting right and can be fixed and any of the muscle stuff is just a knock-on from that (having ignored it for years like a true British male :p).
Chiropractors virtually saved my life, At the age of 25 the nhs gave me a corset to wear after 3 years of physio saying I would have to wear all my life, went to a chiropractor for 18 months, at the beginning 3 times a week, I am now 64 and never had any trouble with my back since, that's forty years of hard physical jobs, don't wait!,
As a sufferer of neck pain for some years (had spinal fusion done) I have been seeing Osteopaths for a long time, however after looking to see someone nearer to home after relocating I have recently been seeing a Chiropractor.
Both aim to get your spine back to straight but go about it in different ways. The Chiro did however finally diagnose a 'mysterious' lower body nerve pain that had been troubling me for 5 years and Osteo's had not cured or diagnosed properly but suffice to say my lower body is now no longer on fire!
Chiro's have a very gentle way of manipulation and Osteo's have a more 'aggressive' approach I would say but when my vertebrae kept getting stuck (I would guess is your problem too) a quick snap of the head followed by manipulation was sooooo much better from the Osteopath, stopping the pain and nausea feelings.
My neck pain has so far not returned. However, I think you would be in very safe hands with a Chiro and definitely see one, if still not comfortable after that then see an Osteo. Either way, don't leave it as your discs don't like long term pressure and you can nip it in the bud early and be back to normal.
One last thing, if you find sleeping uncomfortable try an orthopaedic pillow. That can work wonders too.
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