According to several Marty Stuart fan sites, the country singer was involved in an altercation with a drunk band member who wanted to get a tattoo. When Stuart tried talking him out of it, the scene turned violent, resulting in a injury that he now covers with a bandana when onstage.
He doesn't have a tattoo on his neck! He wears scarves because they are cool looking and in case you didn't notice, he and his group are the best dressed band in country music - or any other genre.
One of his band members got drunk and went to get a tattoo in Clarksville. Marty went to talk the fella out of it. An altercation ensued and Marty was knocked unconscious in the parking lot. His band member (former) dragged him into the tattoo parlor and had a large Duroc hog tattooed across the front of Marty's neck. Both the band member and tattoo artist soon realized the error of their act and fled to Belize never to be heard from again. Marty, unfortunately, was left with the permanent decoration. He's worn the scarf ever since.
Cervical radiculitius can be caused by a neck injury but, is not always associated with one. It is caused by an impact to the neck OR repeated bending of the neck. I have it and all of a sudden I woke up with my neck sideways and extreme nerve pain in my right arm. Hope this helps.
No neck injury. He just naturally has a slight tilt to his head, putting his nose a bit elevated.
"If you suspect that you have a neck injury, you should see a medical professional to determine the nature and severity of the injury. For a stiff neck or shoulders, you should try to rest and gently massage the area. Also, always use an ice pack to your injury, do not apply heat."
neck c5 and c6
He is out with a neck injury
a neck injury
Yeah they did because i checked it onwikipedia and they said that he suffered a minor neck injury in mid-june '09 and since hhh got him in the neck he aggravated the injury therefore breaking his neck.
Avoid moving the head. The head should be kept as you found it if there is a suspected neck injury.
a broken neck