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referred head tension.. please help

i do not have an official diagnosis but have been told subluxations of c12,5,6 possibly one of te lower Ls... possible reverse curve. basically my neck is messed up and almost always in pain. over th past few days a sort of tension pain, not a headache or migraine its something different, can be felt near the right temple area. whats interesting is that if i press on one of the very bad or sore spots on the back right side of my neck i can feel the pain radiate to this area. what is this, should i be scared and what can i expect when i get a neck mri? i have one scheduled but im scared that nothing will show up despite rational thought... i had a severe neck injury back in either 09 or 10. spent the whole summer in physical therapy but couldnt move neck and likely never healed correctly. symptoms worsened when chiropractic treatment was sought in may of 2015. anyone have ay similar stories? any help/advice/knowledge is welcome :(
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