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kd888
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I have been being treated by great LLMD for over 4 months now. Most all of my symptoms are gone, thankfully!

Even my chronic 'tennis elbow' type pain that I've had for a year has ended.

However, my stiff neck-- right side only, stiffness goes down side of neck into trapazius muscle-- will not quit! It's always there.

Has anyone had a relentless stiff neck like this? And....or....has it eventually gone away?

Thank you for replies! I'm getting sooooo frustrated with this symptom!

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I can't beat this symptom at all either. I've tried. I feel like it's hopeless. I can't drive due to it.
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Dawn in VA
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Me too.

If one of your Sx was vertigo/dizziness/balance disorders, you might want to check into scoliosis. I have myofascial issues (trigger points- too deep to get with any myofascial release stuff or tech so far) running all along my skeletal stuff on both sides and I was nearly bedridden b/c of neck issues.

I ended up getting a scoliosis Dx from a sports medicine doc I was seeing for these issues, and now wear a soft, movable scoliosis brace every day. I still overdo it with certain motions, as I did today, but the brace has helped tremendously. Just an FYI.

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It's been one of my lingering symptoms as well.. I made the mistake of getting my neck adjusted by my long time chiropracter, which only made it worse.. slowly getting better now.

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