Cervicocranial syndrome is a cluster of symptoms that are believed to be caused by instability and misalignment in the cervical vertebrae (neck bones).
The condition is also sometimes called Barré-Lieou syndrome or posterior cervical sympathetic syndrome. Cervicocranial syndrome can include a wide range of symptoms. They include:Headache Neck pain Sinus congestion Facial pain Ear pain Vertigo (dizziness or loss of balance) Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) Disturbed vision Hoarseness and loss of voice Clicking in the neck Difficulty swallowing Pain at the carotid artery
What causes cervicocranial syndrome?
With cervicocranial syndrome, weak or injured ligaments in the neck cause the cervical vertebrae... Read more