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Is your workout giving you a stiff neck?

Try these quick fixes to stay active and avoid neck pain. Physical activity is important to feeling great and staying healthy. But the wrong execution of a particular move, such as a golf swing or swimming stroke, may wind up causing neck pain. “Often people don’t realize their activity is to blame,” says Emily Roy, a physical therapist with the Sports Medicine Center at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital. What goes wrong…

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