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cervical centralization treatment category

sub classifications axial neck pain with referred pain, neck pain w/ radiculopathy, neck pain w/o radiculopathy, cervical myelopathy, cervicogenic headaches
facts about radiculopathy men>women, usally in 50's, most cases respond to conservative treatment, 1/3 have recurrence w/i 5yrs
Henderson et al 80% presented with sensory changes, 80% presented with neck pain (20% with no pain at all)and half had scapular pain ruling out c-spine
incidence by level C6-7 most common, C5-6 next common, C4-5 and C7-T1 rare, C4 virtually non-existent
Created by: badkins6