Extrapyramidal Syndrome

          Extrapyramidal syndrome is a condition that causes involuntary muscle movements or spasms that usually occur on the face and neck. This occurs when there is interference discharge arrangements and re-uptake of the neurotransmitter dopamine. An individual can suffer extrapyramidal syndrome as a result of head injury or Parkinson's disease, although the underlying cause is the side effects of antipsychotic drugs. Treatment is needed to prevent the worsening of symptoms, and treatment is usually directed action to identify and address the cause.

Medical Treatment and Therapy for Cervical Root Syndrome

           Analgesics or muscle relaxants can be given in the acute phase. These drugs are usually given for 7-10 days. Types of drugs that are widely used are usually of salicylate or NSAID group. If things felt pain so severe, it is sometimes necessary also narcotic analgesics such as codeine, meperidine, morphine and even can also be given.

Cervical Root Syndrome

Cervical Root Syndrome Medical treatment and therapy
Cervical Root Syndrome
        Cervical Root Syndrome is a condition caused by irritation or compression of cervical nerve roots, which is characterized by pain in the neck that spreads to your arm or depending on where the nerve roots are pressed.
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