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What are symptoms of spasmodic torticollis?

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Dr. Ronda Alexander
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Turning to one side

Spasmodic torticollos is a nerve-based problem which results in muscles of the neck inappropriately turning to one side consistently.
It can be painful and usually cannot be overcome by simply using the hands to push the face back to center. There are treatments for this, though, including pills that alter the signal from the brain to the muscles as well as Botox to weaken the neck muscles.

In brief: Turning to one side

Spasmodic torticollos is a nerve-based problem which results in muscles of the neck inappropriately turning to one side consistently.
It can be painful and usually cannot be overcome by simply using the hands to push the face back to center. There are treatments for this, though, including pills that alter the signal from the brain to the muscles as well as Botox to weaken the neck muscles.
Dr. Ronda Alexander
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