Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE
A sudden-onset (intense) round of neck discomfort prevails. 2 out of three people will certainly have neck discomfort at a long time in our lives. It is not due to a serious condition or neck trouble as well as commonly the specific reason for the pain is not clear. This is called ‘nonspecific neck pain’. Most are probably due to minor sprains or negative pose. Complete recovery takes place for the most part. The typical recommendations is to keep the neck active. Medicines are helpful until the pain reduces. Relentless (persistent) pain develops sometimes as well as additional treatment might then be needed.