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    Jun

    Neck Injury Treatment

    Any injury involving the neck. Accidents are a major cause of neck injuries. Neck injuries may cause pain or may affect a person’s ability to walk or stand normally if the spinal cord is also involved. The spinal cord is the main pathway for information connecting the brain and peripheral nervous system. The length of the spinal cord is much shorter than the length of the bony spinal column. The human spinal cord extends from the medulla oblongata and continues through the conus medullaris near the first or second lumbar vertebra, terminating in a fibrous extension known as the filum terminale.
  • 28

    Jun

    Pain in Jaw and Neck

    Jaw joint dysfunction is a group of conditions that can cause joint pain. They can stop your jaw joint and the muscles that control the movement of your jaw from working correctly. Jaw joint dysfunction problems are also known as temporomandibular disorders (TMJ). The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the jaw joint. Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) refers to a group of conditions that affect the temporomandibular joint, as well as the muscles that control chewing. Although the terms “TMJ” and “TMJ disorder” are sometimes still used to describe disorders associated with this joint, “TMD” is becoming the accepted term.
  • 28

    Jun

    Neck Pain While Sleeping

    Most everyone knows that good posture is important, but good posture doesn’t apply just to sitting and standing. The muscles and ligaments of your back relax and heal themselves while you sleep. In order to protect your back, good posture is important while sleeping. Have you ever woken up and felt a sharp pain in your neck, the reason behind this may be sprain in the lower back area of your neck and this can be caused by bad sleeping posture.
  • 28

    Jun

    Neck Arthritis

    Over a period of time, poor neck posture may cause joints to deteriorate, resulting in neck arthritis. The sensitive nerves can become pinched. Soft tissues like muscles and ligaments stiffen and become hard and inelastic as they try to assume a more supportive function. Because the joints become unstable the ligaments which attach bones harden and try to act like bones. Understand your arthritis Osteoarthritis: the most frequently diagnosed form of arthritis is considered one of the “ailments” of old age caused by normal wear and tear on joints. It affects both men and women equally and usually involves symptoms of stiffness and joint pain. Joints which are weight-bearing or under frequent strain are the most frequently affected, and include the knees, hips, spine, and hands.
  • 28

    Jun

    Neck Pain Exercises To Restore Movement And Muscle Control

    If you have suffered an injury to your neck such as whiplash or if you are experiencing neck pain, Neck pain exercises should be performed in a slow and controlled manner and you should stop if you notice new pain or if your neck pain increases. The exercises to help with neck pain are designed to restore the movement and muscle control and to reduce unnecessary postural and muscle strain. What is referred shoulder pain?...
  • 28

    Jun

    Neck Pain Headache Nausea

    Patients suffering from migraine and neck pain are frequently seen in physiotherapy practice and are one of the most common clinical presentations. Patients suffering from headache, although less common, are also often seen. Pain is usually caused by local structures . Character of the Headache Interestingly, the specific character and location of a headache is...
  • 28

    Jun

    Chronic Neck Pain Treatment

    Chronic neck pain is pain, stiffness and soreness in the neck, perhaps with decreased mobility, that lasts more than several weeks. The pain can be mild or severe; what makes it chronic is that it persists. The traditional medical response to neck pain is to recommend pain relievers, but drugs simply mask the symptoms. What are the symptoms? Signs and symptoms of neck pain may...
  • 28

    Jun

    Neck Pain Symptoms

    Pain nerve endings are located in the various ligaments and muscles in the neck, as well as in the facet and unco-vertebral joints and the outer layer of the disc (annulus fibrosis). When these structures are irritated, strained or inflamed, pain can be referred upwards to the base of the occiput or to between the shoulder blades. This is referred pain which needs to be distinguished from radicular pain which goes into the arms. Pain from the Neck Muscles or Ligaments
  • 28

    Jun

    Neck Pain from Stress

    Mental stress has always had its physical component. In fact, that’s what the stress response is: the visceral priming of the body to either fight or run away from a perceived danger. Less well recognized is that even chronic, unpleasant stress, the kind that’s so constant you consider it normal, can cause aches and pains that you might not attribute to emotions. The source of stress-related pain lies in the brain, which, when you feel under the gun, triggers the release of cortisol, adrenaline and other hormones that prepare the body for action by, for example, increasing heart rate, blood pressure and respiration. Less noticeably, these hormones also make muscles tense up, which can cause aches and irritate nerves.
  • 26

    Jun

    Pain in the Right Side

    These pains are symptoms, which left untended can cause lost nights of sleep and the sensation of shortness of breath, or the feeling that an anxiety attack is around the corner. Upper right back pain in particular can usually be attributed to one of these key postural strains. Muscle Strain A “muscle strain” of the neck is a common diagnosis given when a patient presents a stiff neck. In some cases, this may ...
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