A 33-year-old female asked:
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i cannot move my neck or right shoulder. the pain is shooting down my neck in spasms.

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Dr. David Ellis
42 years experience Family Medicine
R neck and shoulder: Until you can see your healthcare provider in person, you can put ice cubes in ziplock bag, lie down on the bag of ice - right on the skin at your neck for 20 minutes,then remove and repeat every 1-2 hrs;tylenol or ibuprofen for pain can help and then have your doctor see you in the next 48 hrs
Answered on Aug 10, 2020
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