Take rest and once subside start on Physiotherapy to strengthen it.
Oof! Sorry to hear. A genuinely talented chiropractor, one who's not just going through the motions, should speed recovery. Best wishes!
Make sure you sleep well. I mean that. You have to lie down in such a way that your back is totally relaxed. Get your 8 hours in and when you recover gently start power training focusing on you back and core. Takes a while, but a strong back is important...
Second the motion for a good chiropractor. Mine's amazing. In my mid 40's my body felt like I was 70. Then I found him. Now I feel as I did in my 30's again. Finding the good ones is hard, unless you can triangulate with several recommendations.
A massage can also help a lot. And/or Tiger Balm.
It's upper back just below the neck. Mostly muscular tension. Thankfully X-rays didn't show anything odd. Wanted to go for massages but covid...
I've still been getting my monthly massage. The place I go to has a touchless thermometer (to take your temp on arrival), has you sign an affidavit, and everyone wears masks. No problems at all.
But this is TX, where businesses are open, though restaurants at reduced dine-in capacity still. If CA won't let them open…SOL.
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