Upper cervical Anatomy and CNS correlation

Published April 27, 2020


WOAH!!! This is an incredible paper that shows how an upper cervical "issue" can directly affect the CNS! This shows the anatomy on how this delicate region is way more than a "soft tissue" injury! This paper is incredibly important for headache patients and patients you diagnosed with an upper cervical injury.


The suboccipital region is one of the most complicated areas in the human body.


"In this region, studies by Hack et al. [5] revealed that there were dense fibrous connective tissues between the rectus capitis posterior minor muscle (RCPmi) and the posterior . . .

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