I had X-Rays done - my spine/neck are perfect. No MRI, yet.
This happened a few months ago. I don't know how.
The result is that I can't turn my head right. I can turn it right almost all the way, BUT at the very end (when chin is right above shoulder), it hurts like HELL. Its hard to tell what hurts. It feels like neck muscle (the one that attached neck to head).
What hurts more is if in that position (chin above shoulder), I LOWER my chin to my shoulder. Thats like the peak of pain.
It used to be that I had hard time turning my head right at all, so I forced myself to sleep on my stomach, and turned my head right. It hurt so bad, but it went through after a few nights!
Now, I just stretch my neck in all directions and also force my head to turn right to the peak and stay there or go past it for 30 seconds or so.
Anything else I should do?
P.S. Many advice to visit doctors.... I went to my physician, another physician, orthopedic center, and physical therapy. I had massage, chiropractor, and needles stuck in my neck. All these guys are CLUELESS. Its like they never went to a med. school. I went to docs in SC and NYC!