Pain in the Neck Can Be Serious
A recent article from Harvard Medical School discussed the dangers of cervical arterial dissection. Cervical arterial dissection basically means the blood arteries in the neck region get severed or dissected.
It warns about the dangers of neck manipulations or adjustments. For more on the article, read it from “When a pain in the neck is serious“. There are alternative and safer mean of releasing tight joints in the neck region of the spine such as mobilisation.
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