Your doctor will ask what type of activity triggered your muscle pain and whether there was a pop in the muscle at the time of injury. The doctor will ask about your symptoms, especially any decrease in muscle strength or difficulty moving.
Your doctor will want to know whether you've had recent fever, weight loss, leg numbness, urinary or bladder problems, or other symptoms that may point to a more severe medical problem.
After noting your symptoms and past medical history, your...Read more
Full Question: I wake up every morning with a soreness in the back of my neck and a hang-over like headache which makes me nauseous. I do... Read more »
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Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
Other TreatmentsA number of complementary and alternative treatments are used to relieve back pain. Complementary means it is used together with... Read more »