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Neck goes to one side due to spine?

afatpigeonaafatpigeon Posts: 1
edited 01/18/2015 - 9:16 PM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Hi guys,

This has been worrying me for year now, and I just gave in aha.

My neck for some reason goes one way more than the other. It has done for many years now. Its now to the point where I feel my natural neck positon should be tilted right. There is far more muscle mass on my left than right.

Can anyone help me on what condition I may have or if I can treat it? Thanks people.


  • LizLiz Posts: 7,832
    There is nobody on the forum medically qualified to give advice on possible causes, your doctor is the one to investigate and diagnose.

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