Arnold Neuralgia/Recurrent occipital pain cause

2018-05-23T17:09:16+00:0023/05/2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |

Recurrent, troublesome occipital pain associated with muscular tension is known as Arnold's neuralgia, a strange condition. The condition of peripheral nerves can produce the pain of varying intensity as a reflex mechanism, depending on the degree of damage being considered. Some anatomical locations are often associated with these syndromes, with the exception of the occipital region, in which it is rare to identify these elements. Occipital neuralgia is easy to diagnose and can be managed with pharmacological treatment, although there are some additional more invasive therapies in refractory cases. It's about their peculiarities what we'll talk about next. WHY IS [...]

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