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It is very possible that in her struggles to free herself she injured a disc in the neck or back. If at all possible, I'd have her seen by your vet so anti-inflammatory medications can be used. See the following sites on disc issues.
At this point she does need to be seen by a vet.
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I wished there was something you could do at home, but she needs to be examined to find out the extent of injury.