Neck Center

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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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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Cervical spine problems, Vagus nerve compression, urinary incontinence

Ross A. Hauser, MD. The evidence cervical neck problems can cause urinary incontinence In this article, we will present the evidence that connects urinary incontinence with cervical spine and neck pain and instability. Further, when you treat neck problems, sometimes the bladder control problems are alleviated. Many patients come to […]

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Cervical epidural steroid injections in complicated neck pain cases

Ross Hauser, MD & Danielle Matias, PA-C Many of the people we see at our center do not suffer from simple neck pain. They suffer from complicated neck pain. They are people who have a long medical history, multiple conditions, and symptoms, and have stories that go something like these: […]

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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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