Addressing the spasm would put the spine back into place, right? So if Ive had neck pain and many other neurological and scary side effects due to losing my curve due to a weightlifting accident involving in muscle spasms of my neck, and PT, chiros, and acupuncture and deep massages havent done diddly poo (at least not for more than an hour), then a quick cortisone ANTI-INFLAMMATORY (not a mere pain reliever) should immediately **** that neck back into place, correct?
Im 22, and getting more and more frustrated with my neck pain. 3 months after my accident, I STILL cant turn my neck to the right and the other muscles on my right side feel periodically pulled and tight. I lost my cervical due to this accident, and my condition is worsening and worsening and affecting other parts of my body (mainly weakness of arms and legs, disorientation of the mind, and a feeling of lack of blood going to my head). My neck also cracks all the time.
I had to drop out of the university I was attending b/c the issue became so bad. Muscle relaxers dont work. I want some real effective and invasive help before I jump off a cliff.