Health Conditions

Cervical Dystonia

What is Cervical Dystonia?

Cervical dystonia occurs when the neck muscles spasm spontaneously. The spasms cause the head to move up, down, left, or right. Neck and shoulder pain are usually present.

Treatments include surgery, physical therapy, and medication. A common drug class used to treat cervical dystonia are acetylcholine release inhibitors.
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Cervical Dystonia:
Drug Classes

Acetylcholine Release Inhibitors

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