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Dr. Mary Efremov answered:

How is repetitive motion injuries treated?

Avoidance

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avoiding what caused is the single biggest help
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How do professional guitarists prevent repetitive motion injuries?

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I would guess, like all other activities, limbering up prior to the activity. The great guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani has been reported to place his forearms in warm water prior to playing to warm up and limber up.
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Tmj ( no jaw joint damage on x ray ) -ear symptoms for over a yr-going. Now stiffness in front of ear+ stiff neck and fluttering in head.Will this go?

Classic TMJ signs

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You may have an expansion of the muscular component of your TMJ condition. See a neurouscular dentist with extensive TMJ training.
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Best med(s)/plan for headache:concussion and neck sprain from sports injury? Neuro seen,have tingling back of head,stiff neck,nausea one month later

NSAIDS, ice, heat...

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Pain, stiffness, and inflammation can be relieved with over-the-counter medications like Advil or Aleve. Follow directions on label. Ice for about 45 minutes will address inflammation and swelling, never apply ice to the skin, always over a towel or clothing. Follow this by heat for about 20 to 25 minutes to help soothe and relax tight muscles. Gentle range of motion and stretching exercises.
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Dr. Aamir Siddiqi answered:

Are headaches the result of neck and/or head injury ?

Headaches

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Headaches have a multitude of causes and certainly may be associated with head and neck muscle strains. Taking NSAIDs as ibuprofen may be helpful and decrease the severity of HA, if these continue evaluation by a medical providers is important.
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Dr. Kevin Vaught answered:

Can neck pain result from a head injury?

Yes

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See your doctor and have your neck checked out.
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Dr. Yash K. Khanna answered:

How to treat swollen neck glands from a head injury?

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Swollen glands are not related to Head Injury Head Injury can not cause swollen glands,if you have swollen glands you should see your doctor to find the cause and proper treatment
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Do i have a head injury and should i be concerned about it. Yesterday, i was at my highschool track practice i was highjumping then i jumped way to high and when i landed i just clipped the mat and landed on the ground on my neck and the back of my head

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I agree with Dr Fowler. In particular, what you describe is typical for a concussion, but you should be checked to be sure that you don't have a more serious kind of injury such as a subdural hematoma or a contusion. Also, if you hit your neck, you should have an MRI scan of the neck to be sure you have not damaged your cervical spine and put your spinal cord at risk. Do not delay in seeking appropriate evaluations.
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Dr. Walter Husar answered:

Neck started hurting close to heae in back left side while running today. I has gotten progressively worse and now I can barely turn my head. Injury?

Muscle Spasm

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The description of your symptoms sounds like a muscle spasm in your upper neck. The brain subconsciously contracts the para vertebral muscles to prevent perceived spinal injury. This is the reason, the pain become worse during the day. If the pain/spasm does not improve significantly, then discussing the symptoms with your doctor should be the next step.
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During basketball i fell and slammed my head on the floor, had dizziness for a few minutes and how i have a stiff neck. What can i do, what is it?

Head and neck injury

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When one strikes their head on a hard surface and experiences dizziness and neck symptoms, I always get concerned about a head injury (subdural bleed, concussion, etc.) and a neck injury (cervical spine fracture, slipped disc, strain, etc.) Although some of these are unlikely, they certainly are seriousness enough to deserve medical attention. See your doctor, go to the ER, or call 911 if severe.
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