Huge Male Secret The spasmodic type is one of the most common, due to tensions of the cervical muscles, occurring due to trauma, physical overload and even emotional problems. Vestibular type occurs due to an imbalance compensation of the body, ocular type occurs due to paralysis of extraocular muscles, rheumatic type may occur due to rheumatological diseases and, finally, spurious type is caused by fractures and degenerations in the muscles. cervical vertebrae. The stiff neck problem can occur at any age, but is more common in middle-aged people and women. Although this is a seemingly simple problem, when there is muscle stiffness in the neck or trauma that limits muscle movement, it is important to seek the help of a physician to properly diagnose the problem. The causes related to congenital muscular torticollis are not entirely clear and are usually associated with trauma at birth or due to a wrong intrauterine position that causes muscle damage. As a result, excessive shrinkage may occur, reducing its rotational reach and lateral flexion power. Congenital torticollis is identified from 1 to 4 weeks of age by ultrasound, thus assessing the cervical movement of the baby. The torticollis usually occurs as a result of trauma to the cervical spine or neck muscles, and may also occur following a spinal or neck injury. Stiff neck may be associated with other medical conditions and conditions such as tumors, nervous system infections, hyperthyroidism, head area infections, and many others. In the case of acquired or non-congenital torticollis, there may be several different causes, which may result from scarring and disease of the cervical vertebrae, rheumatism, enlarged cervical glands, colds, unusual postures, adenitis, tonsillitis, tumors at the base of the skull, infections. in the pharynx and ear infections. Anxiety and stress can also be factors that cause muscle tension. The main symptoms of stiff neck are headaches, neck pain, difficulty moving the head, tremors, stiffness in the muscles of the neck, swelling of the muscles, occasional mass formation, upper shoulder on one side of the body, among others. It is very important that each type is correctly identified and diagnosed for the most appropriate treatment. There are different ways to treat the stiff neck that will be defined from the diagnosis and assessment of the causes of the problem and to know how long each type of treatment lasts. The first type of treatment most commonly used is physical therapy. It basically consists of stretching and relaxing the muscles and engaging in strengthening exercises to stimulate muscle balance.

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