Common headache referral pattern from trigger points in sternocleidomastoid muscle.

Common headache referral pattern from trigger points in sternocleidomastoid muscle.

Pain areas caused by the SCM muscle. Sternocleidomastoid Muscles: Affects Head, Eyes, Sinus, Ears, Throat, Pain, Dizziness, Whiplash

Pain areas caused by the SCM muscle. Sternocleidomastoid Muscles: Affects Head, Eyes, Sinus, Ears, Throat, Pain, Dizziness, Whiplash

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Posterior and anterior triangle of the neck - Sternocleidomastoid muscle - Trapezius muscle - Clavicle - Sternocleidomastoid muscle - Midline of neck - Mandible

Posterior and anterior triangle of the neck - Sternocleidomastoid muscle - Trapezius muscle - Clavicle - Sternocleidomastoid muscle - Midline of neck - Mandible

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Trigger Points (the X's) in the front of the neck (SCM Muscle) that can contribute to headaches and other pain (the blue areas).

Trigger Points (the X's) in the front of the neck (SCM Muscle) that can contribute to headaches and other pain (the blue areas).

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Winter has plowed its way into the Northeast and cold weather wear is out in full force. Heavy scarves around necks, coats with big collars and slouchy beanies hanging off heads is the order of business for frigid days. With all that extra weight at the back of the head and neck, the muscles of ...

Winter has plowed its way into the Northeast and cold weather wear is out in full force. Heavy scarves around necks, coats with big collars and slouchy beanies hanging off heads is the order of business for frigid days. With all that extra weight at the back of the head and neck, the muscles of ...

Sternocleidomastoid Muscles: Affects Head, Eyes, Sinus, Ears, Throat, Pain, Dizziness, Whiplash

Sternocleidomastoid Muscles: Affects Head, Eyes, Sinus, Ears, Throat, Pain, Dizziness, Whiplash

To free your sternum to float, begin by softening the upper psoas (stop using it as a stabilizer), hydrate tissue, and lengthen your sternocleidomastoid muscles.

To free your sternum to float, begin by softening the upper psoas (stop using it as a stabilizer), hydrate tissue, and lengthen your sternocleidomastoid muscles.

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