Neck Center - Swallowing difficulties

Symptoms and conditions of internal jugular vein stenosis caused by boney cervical spine compression

Ross Hauser, MD We know you may be reading this article for two main reasons. You have been searching for possible answers to your mysterious neurologic-type symptoms that no one can determine why you suffer with them, or, an enlightened clinician suspects that your jugular vein has something to do […]

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Ernest Syndrome | Is this the answer to unresolved TMJ, facial, ear and throat pain?

Ross Hauser, MD Ernest Syndrome – the missing diagnosis of unresolved TMJ pain In the more than 30 years of helping patients with chronic pain, we often find that what people have been diagnosed with, is not really the problem causing them their continued and chronic pain. Such is the […]

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Vagus Nerve related Cervical Dysphagia and Laryngeal – Laryngotracheal stenosis – Problems of the voice

Ross Hauser, MD. Are voice changes part of a myriad of symptoms that point to vagal nerve dysfunction and cervical spine instability? This is the story of someone who reached out to us. Their email has been edited for clarity. Hello, I am suffering from various signs of vagus nerve […]

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Cervical disc disease and difficulty swallowing – cervicogenic dysphagia

Ross A. Hauser, MD.  Treating Cervical Spine Instability is treating swallowing difficulties In this article, we will discuss the problems of swallowing difficulties as they relate to the diagnosis of cervical spine disorder or cervical instability caused by weakened, torn, damaged ligaments in the neck. Cervical instability in the neck […]

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