Neck Center - Digestion and GI Disorders

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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SIBO: Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and the Vagus nerve. The problem of nerve compression.

Ross Hauser, MD Many people with a diagnosis of SIBO or Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth are very familiar with possible causes and treatments as they, you, have heard about many causes of SIBO and they may have tried many treatments. If you are reading this article it is likely that […]

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Cervical spine instability and digestive disorders: Indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome

Ross Hauser, MD Can neck pain cause Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome? In this article, I will offer a connection between cervical spine instability and digestive disorders. Very often people will contact us at our center and they will tell us their story of some type of neck […]

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Neurologic, digestive, cardiac, and bladder disorders: Some of the symptoms of Autonomic nervous system dysfunction and treatment options.

Ross Hauser, MD At our center, we see many patients with a myriad of mysterious and simultaneous conditions and symptoms. Typically they also start treatment with us by explaining and showing us the shopping bag full of medications that they are taking for each symptom and the very thick printout […]

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Symptoms and conditions of Craniocervical and Cervical Instability

Ross Hauser, MD. In this article, I have put together a summary of some of the symptoms and conditions that we have seen in our patients either previously diagnosed or recently diagnosed with Craniocervical Instability, upper cervical spine instability, cervical spine instability, or simply problems related to neck pain. The […]

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Pyloric stenosis in the adult patient: A problem of Vagus nerve impingement?

Ross Hauser, MD We see many patients who have food that gets stuck in their stomach. What is one possible cause for this stuck food? It can be a problem of the pyloric valve or the “doorway” that separates the stomach contents from those of the small intestine. When the pyloric […]

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