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post #11 of 17 Old 10-01-14, 10:10
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I can't believe I am off work and have a stiff neck! I am about to do my overdue lawn work and see how things progress throughout the day. Maybe, just maybe my neck loosens up!
Hey Nef! Are you off work BECAUSE of your stiff neck? If so, is it worker's compensation? The reason I ask is because you need to be VERY careful about doing anything other than resting if it IS worker's comp.

I know the City I work for hires investigators to track people out on worker's comp. They will literally sit and watch your house and follow you to assure you aren't abusing the system. Some idiots have obviously done this. Anyways, if you're out on workers comp, I wouldn't do any yard work or dare ride your sweet Streety until you're cleared for work. They can charge you with fraud, fire you, and come after you both civilly and legally.

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post #12 of 17 Old 10-01-14, 12:29 Thread Starter
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Good to hear from you you again, decipher. It's been too long.

Naa, it's a basic tight neck but it's all fine now. I wasn't out of work because. Just a glorious day off. I've trying to ride more this season (pretty easy when owning this ST3R).

Thanks for the advice. I wouldn't use the system that way either- not my M O. I find it way more satisfying (and moral) to work for my pay.

How's your riding season been?


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I've recently had neck and shoulder stiffness that makes it difficult to check over my right shoulder. I'm keeping an eye on my right mirror more to stay more aware of whats there and when I do look right I'll pivot my upper body some to compensate

And my Street Triple is same color as yours...the fastest color.

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It is the fastest And the most beautifullest color. :)


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post #15 of 17 Old 03-03-20, 22:50
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The SHARPER IMAGE neck heating pad works for me and my neck feels good after heating. Usually I sprinkle a little water on it first and then heat it a little to make it moist. The fluff covering did not burn my skin even when the inside was very hot. The heat also lasts a long time, and I definitely recommend it to anyone who needs help with pain relief. They say it's good for people with chronic neck pain, and I agree, it helped me a lot.

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this is a mistaken reply. I can't delete it.

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I have had two shoulder surgeries and two back surgeries, so Biofreeze is my best friend when my neck and shoulders stiffen up. https://www.biofreeze.com/

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