Neck Sprain

Neck Sprain- the cervical vertebrae are connected to each other by ligament and muscles. A sprain or tear can occur in one or more of these soft tissues when a sudden movement occurs, such as a hard fall or motor vehicle collision causes the neck to bend to an extreme position. Symptoms are like pain, muscle spasms, headache, sore throat, increase irritability, fatigue, difficult sleeping, and neck stiffness, numbness in arm or hand. It is treated by pain relievers such as aspirin or ibuprofen, muscle relaxants help in ease spasms and other treatments are massaging, ultrasound, cervical traction and aerobic and isometric exercise.

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Spine ResearchPain and ReliefPain Management & MedicineSpineSpine and NuerosurgeryAdvances in Child Devolopement Behaviour, Advances in Neuroimmune Biology, Advances in the Study of Behavior, African Journal of Nuerological Sciences

 

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