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    Well.... since this is related to his problem, he might benefit....


    The little Dr around the corner does deep tissue massage and accupuncture... she's kept me from going under the knife a time or two.

    Great investments if you find the right ones....
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    But we eventually get what we deserve........

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    if you woke up with a stiff neck the tab proberbly got stuck in your throat lol
    GO HARD! OR GO HOME!

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    you got it bro (LOL)
    it's not what you put your body through--------------it's what you put through your body

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    well..we know you`re experiencing a stiff neck side effect...what about gettin some hump all night..did it work out for u otherwise?

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    you guys take this shit seriously?? LMAO!! Hes jokin bros!! Ive heard that joke b4 in a stand up routine.
    Good one everaything!!! hahahaha

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    do the hump-tee !! one for cana-duh !!!!!
    it's not what you put your body through--------------it's what you put through your body

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morskaya_Pekhota View Post
    I'm a licensed masseur, so I'll quit being an ass and give you a few tips...

    Even though you may feel most of the tension in your neck, it's often the trapezius muscle that is the culprit. If it's too tense or tight {which it generally is}, all of the surrounding muscles will be effected.

    Without digging your fingertips into your neck muscles {use the top two digits {the top half basically} of your fingers, not your finger tips}, gently squeeze and knead one of your traps firmly. Do this for around a minute and then switch to the other shoulder. Use a pressure that is slightly painful. Not tortuous, but a "good hurt." You can also do this with a tennis ball or something similar if your fingers get tired.

    Put your right hand behind your neck, gently squeezing your neck muscles on the right side of your spine. As you do so, move your shoulders up in the direction of your ears, hold for a few seconds and then relax. Take the right hand away and do this with the left one. Repeat three to five times.

    Clasp your hands tightly and place them on the back of your neck, like the cops make you do, place them on your neck instead of behind your head. Pull forward with them like you're trying to pull them through your neck. Hold for several seconds, release and then do the same several more times.

    With one hand at a time, gently and firmly rub the back of your neck in circular motions on each side of your spine. Begin at the base of your neck and work up.

    After doing all of this, stretch your neck well. Lean your head as far to the right as you can and hold for twenty seconds. Do this for the left side, straight back and then forward for twenty seconds each. Repeat this process several times throughout the day and you'll feel much better.

    You could also put a heating pad on it, but massage is significantly more effective.
    A licensed masseur? Could you please take the first plane to Europe? I need a private masseur ....... I have aches and pains that need to be taken care of

    Whenever my left arm is painful, I have been told that the pain could be coming from my neck. And when the pain is bad, it irradiates from .. my left trap. Great post there, Morskaya

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    I saw this thread starting to go off course with the very first post, I knew you were kidding EveRaything but the thread was so far gone already I didn't bother. Cute joke though!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by millenium girl View Post
    A licensed masseur? Could you please take the first plane to Europe? I need a private masseur ....... I have aches and pains that need to be taken care of

    Whenever my left arm is painful, I have been told that the pain could be coming from my neck. And when the pain is bad, it irradiates from .. my left trap. Great post there, Morskaya
    The upper trapezius muscles are notorious for spreading pain and tension throughout the entire upper body. There are many causes, but most often poor posture is the culprit, specifically in the way of keeping your shoulders rolled forward to too large a degree. There's a quick test you can perform to see if this is the case. Get two pencils {or similar objects} and hold one in each hand with most of it protruding from the top {thumb side}. Now stand as you normally do and relax. Look down at the pencils. If you're standing with your shoulders in their proper place, the pencils should both be facing directly forward. If they are facing in toward each other, this means you have too much internal rotation in your shoulders. In athletes, this often happens because they're doing too much chest and lat work. It makes their chest too tight and pulls their shoulders inward. This in turn puts a lot of tension on the muscles in their back {particularly the upper traps}. This tension will spread and cause pain, headaches, possibly even depression and increases the chances of sustaining a rotator cuff tear or myriad other shoulder injuries.

    You may find it beneficial to back off from benchpressing and lat pulldowns/pullups for a few weeks. Concentrate more on movements such as rows, various forms of external rotations, reverse flys and facepulls. I would do two of these types of movements for every one bench or lat pulldown for a while. Strengthening the muscles which externally rotate the humerus and retract the scapula will naturally improve your posture without you even thinking about it.

    You should also take the time to adequately stretch your chest, shoulders and biceps several times a day as even though the problem may manifest itself in your arm, it could very well originate in your shoulder girdle by way of your pectoral muscles. In addition, it may sound odd, but stretching your forearms can also significantly reduce the tension in your traps. Try that as well.

    Unfortunately, I don't have any immediate plans to return to Europe and the final bit of advice I would give is to get a deep tissue massage every week. I spent a few years working as a masseur in *******, but I've no plans to return. Besides there are quite a few women in this country who would like to chain me up in their cellar and keep me on call I'm sure!
    "You only have power over people so long as you don't take everything away from them. But when you've robbed a man of everything, he's no longer in your power - he's free again."
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlirtfromHell View Post
    I saw this thread starting to go off course with the very first post, I knew you were kidding EveRaything but the thread was so far gone already I didn't bother. Cute joke though!!
    Yeah, well... Might as well make something useful out of it!
    "You only have power over people so long as you don't take everything away from them. But when you've robbed a man of everything, he's no longer in your power - he's free again."
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