A 18-year-old male asked:
Neck/upper back pain when moving chin to chest(but possible. is this always dangerous or no different than muscle strain mistaken for serious disease?
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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 19 years experience
See below: Neck and upper back pain when you move your chin to your chest can be caused by tight muscles in your neck or from a degenerative disc in you neck. The good news is that this will usually improve on it's own. See your physician if symptoms last greater than 2 weeks
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