Injection Technique for Sternocleidomastoid Syndrome

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Indications and Clinical Considerations The sternocleidomastoid is particularly susceptible to the development of myofascial pain syndrome. Flexion–extension and lateral motion stretch injuries to the neck or repeated microtrauma secondary to…

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Injection Technique for Cervical Strain

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Indications and Clinical Considerations The muscles of the posterior neck are particularly susceptible to the development of acute and chronic pain symptomatology after acute flexion, extension, or lateral bending injuries…

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Injection Technique for Trapezius Syndrome

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Indications and Clinical Considerations The muscles of the posterior neck are particularly susceptible to the development of myofascial pain syndrome. Flexion–extension injuries to the neck or repeated microtrauma secondary to…

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Greater Auricular Nerve Block for Charlin Syndrome

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Indications and Clinical Considerations Greater auricular nerve block is useful in the diagnosis and treatment of painful conditions subserved by the greater auricular nerve including greater auricular neuralgia, red ear…

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Nasociliary Nerve Block for Charlin Syndrome

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Indications and Clinical Considerations Nasociliary nerve block is useful in the diagnosis and treatment of Charlin syndrome, which is also known as nasociliary neuralgia . Although, as with most headache…

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Stylohyoid Ligament Injection

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Indications and Clinical Considerations Hyoid syndrome is caused by calcification and inflammation of the attachment of the stylohyoid ligament to the hyoid bone. Tendinitis of the other muscular attachments to…

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