What is a wry neck? An acute wry neck is the sudden onset of neck pain and stiffness, often associated with muscular spasm. It is often quite alarming to patients, who often describe waking with symptoms with no clear warning. Patients with an acute wry neck typically experience severe one-sided neck pain, and movement to
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The term ‘winging scapula’ is used when the muscles of the scapula (shoulder blade) are weak, resulting in decreased stability or an inability to keep the borders of the scapula down against the ribcage. As a result, the inner or outer borders of the shoulder blade protrudes from the back, like wings. The muscles that
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