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Trigger Point Therapy - Sternocleidomastoid (SCM) Syndrome

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Stretching the SCM following trigger point treatment   Visit Online Store   SCM syndrome typically presents as neck stiffness with decreased rotation - sometimes along with nausea, tinnitus, vertigo, or spasms in the neck The syndrome is most often associated with myofascial trigger points in both the SCM and upper trapezius.     SCM - Common Trigger Point Sites     Causes Causes are often posture related with ‘Upper Crossed Pattern’ a common indicator, and it is very much associated with aging. SCM Syndrome can also be caused by a trauma such as whiplash and is commonly connected with occupation-related repetitive strain -...

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