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Is Spinal Accessory Nerve a Source of Chronic Upper Trapezius Pain?

Posted by NAIOMT on Oct 21, 2019, 2:13:26 PM

In the video below NAIOMT teaching faculty Liz Henry demonstrates key techniques from NAIOMT's Cervical Spine I and Cervical II courses. Is spinal accessory nerve a source of chronic upper trapezius pain/tightness? Watch Liz Henry demonstrate diagnostics and treatment of this common dysfunction. 

 

 

This fall Liz Henry will be teaching NAIOMT Cervical Spine courses at Columbia University, NYC and at NAIOMT's new course location in Wilmington, North Carolina. Additional instructor videos and full course schedules for these two locations are available here:

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