Are there any ointments for whiplash neck pain muscle strain?

Yes. You could also try voltaren (diclofenac) gel, which is an antiinflammatory like Ibuprofen but in a topical form. There are also pharmacies that make combination pain creams that have multiple meds in them that can help multiple causes of the pain.
Patch? You may also want to consider an anti inflamtory patch. (flector patch).
Yes but no. There are pain relieving ointments (tons of them otc) that can possibly calm down the discomfort. But you are treating symptoms, not the source. Physical therapy, chiropractic, massages, and even TMJ treatment gets more to the real triggers.
Topical analgesics. Most common one is bengay cream or any other one has salicylate or other anti inflammatory medicine like diclofonate. Keep neck warm at all times.

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I have upper back and neck pain that does not feel like a muscle strain. The pain is worse when doing standing lifts like squats. Happened for 2 weeks?

Modify activity. Keep exercising, but hold off on the exercises that are associated with the pain. Alternatively try reducing weight (resistance) and repetitions, allowing your body to heal. Working with a physical therapist or training may help to work on technique. Read more...
Disc or ligament. Pain lasting 2 weeks is usually not muscular. A disc bulge, a tear in the disc or ligament sprain are more likely. Avoid any activities that cause pain. Sounds like its time to see a doc for an evaluation. Read more...

If I have shoulder and neck pain, could it be a strained/pulled muscle?

A few possibilities. Could be strained muscle or injury, nerve inj., infection, spasm, or vertebral or rib dysfunction.Neck muscles attach to ribs, too, so if a rib is out of whack or refuses to move, the muscle gets tight and painful.A good history & physical exam including an osteopathic hands-on exam might find the cause.Manipulation may help.Other treatments may be necessary-but first you need a proper diagnosis. Read more...

Neck pain from lifting weights, could it be a strained muscle?

Yes, it can be, But it can also be from bulging or herniated discs or arthritis. You will need a physical exam to be sure where the pain is coming from. A general rule is if something hurts your neck, such as weight lifting, try avoiding the movements that are causing the pain. Try changing up the routine or taking it easy for a few weeks to see if it gets better. If it does not, see a physician. Hope that helps! Read more...
See below. Sharp neck pain usually comes from a degenerative joint or disc in the neck. Sometimes it's from a muscle strain or sprain. Early treatment options include a short course of nsaids (advil, aleve), gentle massage, moist heat, and focusing on posture. If pain lasts greater than 2 weeks see your physician. Read more...