Neck Center - Cervical Cranial Instability - Neurology

Excessive Sweating – Hyperhidrosis. Is treating upper cervical instability the missing treatment?

Ross Hauser, MD A patient will often contact us that they have a problem with sweating. Their clothes are soaked, and they wake up in the middle of the night soaked. They are constantly and continually sweating. They have a diagnosis of hyperhidrosis or simply they sweat a lot and […]

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Thermoregulatory instability – Neck pain and inability to maintain consistent body temperature

Ross Hauser, MD At our center, we see many people with many conditions and symptoms of a neurologic-like nature. The common link that we see in our patients is the link of craniocervical instability and cervical spine degenerative disease and instability. If you are reading this article it is likely […]

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Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness and cervical spine instability

Ross Hauser, MD If you have been diagnosed with Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness, it may have been explained to you by your doctors that this is a mystery ailment with an unknown cause. Nonetheless, you have episodes of dizziness, but the room does not spin. You have a problem where […]

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Circadian rhythm disruption, structural sleep apnea and insomnia caused by cervical instability

Ross Hauser, MD. The problems of a patient getting good restorative sleep are problems as old as the pain itself. People in pain, probably like yourself, don’t sleep because they cannot find that “right” pain-free position in bed or on the couch. They get up frequently in the middle of […]

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Costen’s syndrome – Mandibular joint neuralgia and cervical instability

Ross Hauser, MD Costen’s syndrome is a somewhat controversial diagnosis. Controversial not in that the symptoms ascribed to it do or do not exist or controversial in the fact that the symptoms this condition describes cannot be treated. The controversy lies in that Costen’s syndrome can be confused with other […]

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The laughing headache

The laughing headache In many patients, laughing can trigger a secondary cough headache. Some in the medical community also designate this situation as a “laughing headache.” We are going to look at a 2017 study in the journal Headache (2) to look for other causes of the secondary cough headache […]

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