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Page Not Found - Redondo Beach, California Chiropractor - Frank E. Kaden, D.C. Chiropractic, Inc.
www.kadenchiropractic.com “When I woke up this morning, I couldn’t move my neck! Every time I try to move it, I feel sharp pain on the left side of the neck shooting down into the shoulder blade. It just came out of nowhere!” Chances are, you are suffering from a common condition called torticollis, which literally means, “twisted neck” after the Latin terms of “torti” (twisted) and “collis” (neck). The common name for this is “wry neck,” and it’s basically a painful muscle spasm.
BOTOX CAN HELP TOWARDS: Headaches associated with Chronic Migraine Cervical dystonia (CD) - head tilting, neck pain, and neck muscle spasms CD is also known as spasmodic torticollis Blepharospasm, or abnormal eyelid spasms (eye twitching) Strabismus, also called crossed eyes Symptoms of severe underarm sweating when topical medicines don't work well enough Muscle stiffness in the elbow, wrist, and finger muscles associated with upper limb spasticity Headaches associated with Chronic Migraine