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Posted by: Martie Southey | 2012/06/19

Neck pains

I experience neck pains everyday it run from my neck down over my shoulders. I am 54 years old, I did not hurt my neck through sports injuries. I think it is the start of growing old. What can I use except Cataflam or Catafast it only help for the moment then the pain comes back.

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Hi Martie
It does sound as if you are experiencing the "wear and tear"changes of age.If this is really bothersome, please ask your GP to check it ou and if need be refer you to a neurologist or neurosurgeon.

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Posted by: Healthy Bones | 2012/06/19

Hi Martie
It does sound as if you are experiencing the "wear and tear"changes of age.If this is really bothersome, please ask your GP to check it ou and if need be refer you to a neurologist or neurosurgeon.

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