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for acute neck pain

 

Acute neck pain is a general descriptive term used for pain that has been present usually for less than six weeks. It is a time description and the term covers pain that may have started for a variety of reasons. Neck pain is felt anywhere between the base of the skull and the upper shoulder region. It is often in a very local area on the back or side of the neck, but, on occasions, the neck pain may spread. When pain is coming from structures in the upper part of the neck, it may spread to the head—a neck-related headache. Pain coming from structures in the mid to lower part of the neck may spread to the upper back region or into the upper arm. 

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