This may be the cervico-thoracic junction you are talking about- in other words, the area between the neck and midback area. You may have irritated the paraspinal muscles surrounding the bones in that area...
The short answer, no. You need to find out the underlying cause.
For example, if it is osteoarthritis, Nsaids like this block the inflammation but inhibit chondrocytosis which is the growth of cartilage cells. Essentially
Relief From NeckSoreness!by
using my new neck pillow. My chiropractor said I may have soreness because it was my first treatment plus... the recovery?
First of all, congratulations on doing all the right things...
in the allotment.
My body wants to run, but a soreneck keeps me slow and tender. I'm starting a course... when my neck settles down.
In the meantime, send me a virtual massage and a bathtub. x x x