Whiplash, Hearing Loss, and Upper Cervical Manipulation

October 9, 2017

“Little known sequelae of sprains of the cervical spine”
Schweiz Rundsch Med Prax.
[This is a German journal, and the article is in
German. The abstract is also in English]

“After cervical sprain not only pain and
neuropsychological disturbances may occur, but
also the following sequelae: cervical dystonia, and
torticollis, dizziness, hearing loss for low
frequencies, dysphonia and globus.”

[Globus is a sensation of something stuck or of a
lump or tightness in the throat.]


“Except for dystonia the symptoms often
respond to manipulation of a blocked articulation
between occiput and atlas or axis and the third
cervical vertebra.”

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