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Old 05-28-2010, 01:29 PM   #1
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Bulge in the back of the neck

Hello everyone

First I want to say that my English is not very good so probably I won't explain well and I may have grammar mistakes but I hope I'll make it.

I am 18-year old girl and lately I've recognized that the back of my neck has bulged out. I mean, it is not something serious but the bone has got bended. I think the reason is that most of the time while sitting in front of the computer or sitting on the chair at school or even walking on the street tired I stay stooped.. I don't know if you can understand my explanation though...

My neck does not still look like this but I think if I don't take care of it (like sitting uncomfortably on the chair etc.) maybe it will change it's shape.

Can you give me advice what excercises I can do for my back to be in it's normal shape? I hope somebody knows and can help.

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Re: Bulge in the back of the neck

The best thing to do is to have a full evaluation and consultation with an Orthopedic Spine Surgeon and/or Neurosurgeon.

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Old 05-29-2010, 12:18 AM   #3
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Re: Bulge in the back of the neck

Hello. Thanks for you answer.

I know that I should go to a doctor but it is not that serious. Even more I think the doctor would tell me to go home I was thinking about preventive measures or something like that.

I live in Bulgaria.

 
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