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physician first before beginning any form of treatment.



Please first read, “The Real Cause…The Real Cure” on the Home page.

If you have an opportunity, open an anatomy book and look at all the muscles that surround our necks. These muscles attach to vertebrae, the base of the skull, the collar bone and more. When these muscles are tight, they tug on their attachments causing everything from pain, to brain fog, to splitting headaches. Like with all pain, it’s important to get a clean bill of health from a physician. But, if your physician cannot find a source for your pain, then it’s time to look at the muscles. Most neck pain comes from tight muscles in the neck and upper back.

Please see: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Breakthrough for stretches for the neck.

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