Pinched nerve in the neck. Cervical radiculopathy is the name for it, apparently. The disks are herniating a little bit. When it was pain and numbness, I didn't care, but went to the doctor when it manifested as weakness in my support hand. Especially when I raise my arm higher than my adam's apple. Getting a pistol up to eye level is more difficult, now, while this flare up is in effect.
Pain is one thing, but the weakness concerned me.
Treated with medicines. Muscle relaxers, steroidal anti inflammatory, then NSAIDS.
In physical therapy now. First session was yesterday. Now that was nice. I have some stretches to get the muscles in my back and neck more balanced against themselves, and there is the neck stretcher machine that feels glorious.
I've slowed down my training, temporarily. Worst case scenario, this issue gets no better I will train around the weakness and get used to it. Practice more strong hand only shooting. But let's see if I can make it better, first, before giving up on the right arm. It still works, just not as well.
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