How long until paravertebral muscle spasms heal?

Depends. If it's truly muscle spasms, they should clear up within a couple of weeks with some stretching and over the counter anti-inflammatory medications.

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How do I properly manage this condition: paravertebral muscle spasm?

PVM Myospasms . Stretching, yoga, sleep adjustment, posture correction, paravertebral injections, osteopathic manipulation, physical therapy (including message), chiropractic modalities, e-stim, & acupuncture, are some conservative treatments that can be tired. If due to a deeper problem, would need a different or more aggressive approach. Read more...
Find cause. Paravertebral muscle spam treatment should include search for cause so it is not repetitious. Dr. Omani addressed the effective treatment. Causation from labor or sports common, but repetitive stress and permanent underlying ligament disorder can potentiate & require medical sleuthing to uncover. An osteopath understands these matters. Read more...

Can paravertebral muscle spasm can cause neurological symptoms?

Sometimes. If paravertebral muscle spasms have been ongoing for awhile they can eventually cause some events to occur that could incite neurological symptoms. What kind of neurological symptoms are you having, and where is your muscle spasm(s) occurring? If you are experiencing any loss of bowel or bladder control or numbness in your upper inner thighs you need to be evaluated ASAP. Read more...

Doctors say I have paravertebral muscle spasms and have prescribed me with numerous medication but nothing has helped. Should I see the doctor? The pain has become agonizing and has been persisten for two almost three weeks now. I've been on flexril, nypr

Do not mask pain. You describe a typical treatment of pills, followed by pills.... I suggest you seek a solution rther than masking the pain with pills. A neurologist or pain management physician can help with diagnosis, and pain managment may have minimally invasive treatments to recommend. Again, do not rely on pills, please. Read more...
Yes. When one does not respond to medication that iss upposed to help and has continued pain - seeing the doctor is a good idea. Read more...