Found pressure point on neck now I can't move it

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I am a 15 year old female.About a year ago I had slept wrong so I decided to find the pressure point for the first time. It was supposed to only help with the pain , not make me unconscious. I think I heard a pop or something and ever since i can't rotate my neck all the way around properly. If I go all the way around once I'm done but more than once I'll feel a little pain that will go away quickly but if I rotate it all the way around maybe like 4 times my neck will get stuck tilted to the left and I cannot move it at all without SEVERE PAIN nearly making me cry. I will be like this for a day and icy hot will help greatly but I don't know what is wrong with my neck.

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    So besides yourvknees you have your neck calling your attention for a professional care as well!

    I would not wait any longer to see a specialist!

    If the first one you see, does not convince you enough, don't exitate to see another one, if you can, regarding Insurances, etc

    Wish you find the help you exactly need.

    By the way the Turmeric advise is great and nowadays everybody seems to know that,

    I use it on everything I cook!

    Take care. xxxx

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    Chiropractors maybe able to assist of its muscle related too. If your muscles are puking on your vertebrae they can pop out of place sometimes creating heat (a shooting radiating heat). A good chiropractor will take spinal x-rays at your first visit. If things look good they will do an adjustment of there is something that looks wrong they will tell you to see a specialist. You mom will most likely take it more seriously if a doctor tells her to.
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