In November I sustained a work related injury (yes, art work) that left me with some physical limitations. I was doing longer work days than usual, trying to catch up with art after months of emergency after emergency, and I pushed myself much too far. At the time, I could not feel half of my drawing hand, had numbness spreading across my upper back/scapula area, across my chest, into parts of my face, and I was having painful muscle spasms.
I ended up going to urgent care when the pain wouldn't die down, where I got a prescription for some muscle relaxers, lidocaine patches, and a referral to an orthopedist. Orthopedist checked all my bones, nothing skeletal that could have caused this, which is good! Though I do have a weirdly perfectly straight neck. Cervical vertebrae are supposed to have a curve to their alignment, mine do not. It's suspected that's a result of years of horrible posture and working at a computer. To rule out any nerv