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Old 11-19-2012, 11:46 AM   #1
Aaron Salter
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Default Neck Pain

I've been having a dull pain in my neck for almost a month now. Every time I turn my head to the left, I feel the pain in the lower right portion of my neck. When I go heavy with lifts, snatch and clean feel fine, but once I get to the jerk, dear Lord. It's pretty painful to get my arms locked out and to support that weight overhead. I don't remember actually pulling anything and I've been to the chiropractor. He did adjustments on me and I felt a little better, but it's compromising my ability to jerk (insert crude joke here).

If anyone has suggestions as to what this may be, please let me know! Thanks
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:50 PM   #2
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I've been having a dull pain in my neck for almost a month now. Every time I turn my head to the left, I feel the pain in the lower right portion of my neck. When I go heavy with lifts, snatch and clean feel fine, but once I get to the jerk, dear Lord. It's pretty painful to get my arms locked out and to support that weight overhead. I don't remember actually pulling anything and I've been to the chiropractor. He did adjustments on me and I felt a little better, but it's compromising my ability to jerk (insert crude joke here).

If anyone has suggestions as to what this may be, please let me know! Thanks
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