Pain in the neck

Tilly woke up yesterday with a cricked neck, a condition that only two weeks ago I was suffering with. Her misery is compounded by her suffering from a heavy cold. This means that not only is Tilly holding her neck in an unnatural John Redwood-like way, but she is also leaving piles of slightly used tissues in every part of the house.

Of course, these injuries never seem to be related to anything you’ve done. You seem to be able to get a cricked neck from spreading butter or from reading a book. It seems that most of the time, the pain is caused by muscle spasm. As Tilly is only 10, she can’t take any pain reliefs that do what they say on the label. She is in so much pain that she’s even accepted that she may not be able to go horse jumping on Saturday.

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Marilyn Bishop on September 22, 2010 at 3:26 pm

    Try cold and hot compress alternately – it might help.

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