Back and Neck Injury/head and back injury


I recently had a problem in school with another girl and the security guards slammed me against the wall and in the computer that was on the desk. After all of this my back has really been killing me and moves to my hips and ribs making it really difficult to breath. I get really bad headaches and blurry vision from hitting my head on the desk and keyboard and was about to pass out today while I was on my way to school this morning. Should I go see a doctor right away? Or is it going to get better on its own? I asked because most of the time I'm in too much pain to move. I'm not sure what's wrong with me or what to do. I'm too busy with school.

    *Thank you so much for your help

Hello Porsher,

Yes, you should go to the doctor immediately.  The headaches and blurry vision are a real concern.  Go make sure you don't have more serious issues than you realize going on.

It's important, so please make the time.

Wishing you the best,

Gary Crowley

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