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I am suffering from Tremendous Neck and head and SCALP pain. This has been going on since 2006. Does anyone suffer like this? I mean with these same symptoms? It is unbearable at times. I have been to at least 8 Dr's.
They all say I have to learn to live with it. They say it is from having a desk job all my life. I am 64 next month. I have had to retire due to my pain.
Thank you all for listening to my rambling.
With Gentle Hugs,


  • It is entirely possible taht the desk job contributed to the neck and scalp pain you are having. Especially if you have neck pain. There are nerves that exit from each level of the spine, and innervate different areas of the body.
    Look under the FAQ section on the left hand side of the screen of your page and you will see the link to it.......once there, look for the link to the dermatome map........it might help clarify things a bit for you.
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