You may be 100% correct on that but I still think you should rule out things like licking, hiding, hunching the back?? thats not normal behaviour. If you google the symptoms you will see that they indicate pain, low level seizure or neurological problems.
Doesnt sound like something to mess around with I guess is what I think.
Has he seen a vet recently to rule out anything medical? When does he exhibit these behaviours? all the time? certain times? is he doing anything at the time? sleeping? awake?
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