Cervical spondylosis and neck pain.

  title={Cervical spondylosis and neck pain.},
  author={Allan I Binder},
  volume={334 7592},
Most patients who present with neck pain have “nonspecific (simple) neck pain,” where symptoms have a postural or mechanical basis. Aetiological factors are poorly understoodw1 and are usually multifactorial, including poor posture, anxiety, depression, neck strain, and sporting or occupational activities.w2 Neck pain after whiplash injury also fits into this category, provided no bony injury or neurological deficit is present.w3 When mechanical factors are prominent, the condition is often… CONTINUE READING
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