Neck Center - Cervical Spine Instability Symptoms

Neck Pain Chronic Sinusitis and Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

Ross Hauser, MD I am going to begin this article with a case history seen at our center and then we will discuss the research that shows a connection between cervical spine instability and neck pain leading to your problems of chronic sinusitis and various other conditions you may suffer […]

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Tactile hallucinations and Formication: Strange skin sensations including insects crawling on your skin

Ross Hauser, MD In this article we are going to discuss one possible explanation as to why you have symptoms of formication, that is the sensation of creepy crawlies or bugs crawling on your skin. The medical term formication comes from the Latin for ants and can be translated as […]

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Injury and abnormalities at the cervicomedullary junction

Ross Hauser, MD This is a companion article to Chiari malformation: Non-surgical alternatives to Chiari decompression surgery The cervicomedullary junction (CMJ) is the place where the brain meets the spinal cord and is an area that is commonly injured after traumas such as whiplash. The CMJ involves the structures that are located […]

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Meniere’s Disease and hearing problems caused by cervical neck instability

Ross Hauser, MD In this article, we will discuss the various problems of ear pain, ear fullness, sound sensitivity, and hearing problems. Included in this discussion will be problems of Tinnitus and Meniere’s Disease. This is a companion to my other article: Neck pain Chronic Sinusitis and Eustachian Tube Dysfunction. […]

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Tactile allodynia, hot, cold, painful skin: Are these symptoms of upper cervical neck instability?

Ross Hauser, MD. Like many of the people we see, people who have symptoms of tactile allodynia or painful to the touch skin, skin sensations where one half of their body will feel hot and one half of their body will feel cold, rashes and problems of sweating, will have […]

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