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Now and Zen Bodyworks and Crick in Neck

You wake up with a crick in your neck and along your shoulder blade, making it painful to turn your head or even use the affected arm. Now what? “I must have slept wrong” is the most common explanation.Massage therapists often work on trigger points or muscle knots, which cause familiar aches and pains including neck pain. This group of muscles may be responsible for a number of clients chest pain, arm pain, neck pain, and upper back pain, making massage an effective tool for pain relief.By relieving the pressure and tightness in this particular muscle group the massage therapist may also help alleviate conditions such as compression in the brachial plexus leading to arm numbness and poor circulation.


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