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How can I manage upper thoracic/lower cervical muscle spasms. I have old trauma from whiplash that only bothers me when I lift or use my upper body. During the night I wake up with excruciating pain that nothing seems to relieve it. Sometimes it goes on all the next day. Its driving me nuts as I cant find anything that can help.