Welcome to the Cervical Spine.
The cervical spine is a dynamic osseous region permitting dynamic range of motion and precise movement control. Further, the cervical spine has dynamic associations with the cranium, the shoulder girdle, and the temporal mandibular region.
In this section, you will have the ability to review the bony, soft tissue, and joint mechanics of the cervical spine, as well as common pathology and clinical testing procedures you’ll require to be successful both in the clinic and upon examination.
- Horner's Syndrome
- Headaches (HA)
- Cervical Instability Conditions
- Congenital Neck Patholgies
- Cervical Facet Conditions, Locking, Torticolis
- Temporomandubular Conditions
- Whiplash Associated Disorder
- Cervical Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis
- Cervical Stenosis
- Cervical Nerve Root Irritation
- Cervical Disc Conditions
- Acute Wry Neck