Well, is the pain muscular or skeletal?
Muscular pain, if not a severe condition can often be relieved by visiting a masseuse regularly, and working to maintain a correct posture.
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Consult a doctor first, no matter what kind of pain it is, if it occurs often, to insure that you it is not a symptom of a more severe condition.
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