Re: Neck adjustments...

I dont know what to call it, but i guess its like a dislocated neck. I have been tired for years now, and when i sleep at night my body does not get rested. Im not comfortable sitting, standing, or laying down. I seem to have a permenent head ache, and my muscles are so tight all the time that it feels like I am burning calories watching TV. I just feel spent. My sinus is full all the time, and I noticed when I stretch my neck hard, and for long periods of time, that mucus will break up in my head and neck that it changes my voice so much that if you wernt looking at me face to face, you wouldn't recognize me. So i guess my question is, do these symtoms go with a "dislocated" neck, or do I maybe have other medical issues going on? Although I didn't have these problems before I was injured 10 years ago?

Posted By Chris on March 26, 2008 at 10:09:36:

In Reply to: Neck adjustments... posted by Rich on February 26, 2008 at 09:49:11:

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