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@stowe

Gosh, I'm no doctor, but I'd seriously consider chiropractic care with someone reputable and who has long-term experience. When my neck was off it took a long time to get the muscles to relax and they're easily agitated, but just getting it aligned properly was an absolute relief. I also had muscle therapy since one side gets tight and the other shortened, but seems like alignment could at least give you more movement and massage along w/that would help the muscular complications. Even if it's a friend doing massage. I don't know what I'd do if I hadn't done those things. At the time, ortho really didn't suggest it, but it changed my whole life. I wish you the best.

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Thanks for the advice! I do go to Chiropractor from time to time. But the last time I went for neck pain and dizziness, they would not work on my neck at all, because they seemed to all of a sudden decided if one manipulates the C5 – C6 area, it is possible to injury tiny blood vessels in that area, which in turn causes tiny clots, which might travel and cause a stroke.
Because I had a previous stroke, they were even more nervous to work on me, in that area.
Then for me, using a PT or massage therapist does work out very well for me, just because of my work, travel a fair amount and find it hard to be home when have appointments. Have to cancel most of the time. When can't try it on a consistence basis, it does not seem fair to either of us.

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