Neck Center - Cervical Spine Instability Symptoms

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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Could your digestive issues be related to your neck pain? Cervical spine instability, nausea, gastroparesis and the vagus nerve

Ross Hauser, MD Introduction: Could your digestive issues be related to your neck? Many of our Caring Medical patients come to us feeling like they hit a wall with regard to finding the resolution of symptoms, including digestive issues because the focus of their care has been too narrow. When […]

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Cervical spine instability induced Thunderclap headache

Ross Hauser, MD. A thunderclap headache is a very specific diagnosis. If you are reading this article you are likely looking for more information regarding your or a loved one’s challenge with this problem. You may have reached the point of having had many tests to rule out a potentially […]

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Brachioradial Pruritus – Neuropathic itch

Ross Hauser, MD., Danielle R. Steilen-Matias, PA-C Among the many symptoms we see in our patients are problems of skin rashes and itching. The problem of itching can in itself be challenging. For many people, it is difficult to understand that this may not be a problem of the skin […]

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Sudden sensorineural hearing loss – Sudden Deafness

Ross Hauser, MD There is controversy in regard to the optimal management or treatment of sudden sensorineural hearing loss because frequently spontaneous recovery or remission occurs and the patient’s hearing “simply” returns. It is likely that if you are reading this article you had deafness come on suddenly, as the […]

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Compression of the brainstem – Atlantoaxial instability and Atlas displacement

Ross Hauser, MD. Atlantoaxial instability and Atlas displacement are a primary focus of the Hauser Neck Center at Caring Medical Florida. In this article, we will discuss possible bizarre and disabling neurological symptoms that have gone undiagnosed or unresolved and the impact of Atlantoaxial instability and Atlas displacement, and upper […]

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