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Would vertebral artery dissection cause very localised specific pain in back of neck worse with movement plus awful headache? Pain meds not helping.

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Dr. Edward Hellman
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Potentially.

A dissection of the vertebral artery can cause a variety of symptoms, including localized pain at the site and even neurological symptoms of a stroke.
Do not hesitate to be urgently seen if you think you have this going on.

In brief: Potentially.

A dissection of the vertebral artery can cause a variety of symptoms, including localized pain at the site and even neurological symptoms of a stroke.
Do not hesitate to be urgently seen if you think you have this going on.
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