Pulled something at the gym

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  1. Protonium

    Protonium New Member

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    I was at the gym two weeks ago, working on my traps. After my 3rd set of 12 I felt a pinpoint pain around the base of my neck towards the back, to the left of my right trap. Sorry if it sounds confusing. When I craned my head to the right I'd feel pain and wouldn't be able to move it all the way.

    I took it easy for a week, forgot about the pain (it seemed to have gone) and tried doing traps again. This time on my 2nd set around 4 reps I heard a noise at the same spot and the pain returned worse. It's been another week, pain's gone but I can still feel a slight pain when I move my neck around sometimes.

    Should I be worried? Give it more time to heal? Help meh :noes:
     
  2. irKevLar

    irKevLar New Member

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    Go to the damn doctor free health care mutha fucka!
    How is intarweb forum going to magically diagnose and heal you?
    Don't ever go back into a gym again.
     
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    intoxique1 New Member

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    i had almost the exact same thing happen...lost a lot of the mobility in my neck. I just went to the chiropractor yesterday (happened almost 2 weeks ago) ...sooo much better now

    Go see a doctor :)
     
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    Damn, was hoping the problem might resolve itself lol. Alright thanks for the help guys.
     
  5. Ceaze

    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    it will as long as you don't reaggravate it
     
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