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Relief for Neck Pain

If arthritic changes in your upper spine are giving you a pain in the neck, Cleveland Clinic physical therapist Jim Edwards DPT, PT has some advice. Degeneration of the cushioning disks between vertebrae in the spine is common with age. Some people have no noticeable symptoms, but for others arthritis causes pain, stiffness and muscle weakness.
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