Neck Center - Neurologic skin sensations

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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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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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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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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