Tinnitus and neck pain, what could it be?

Tinnitus and neck pain, what could it be?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
March, 2021

Cervical osteochondrosis (pain in the neck) and ringing in the ears (in medicine it is customary to denote as tinnitus ) can be related. Rather, tinnitus can be provoked by cervical osteochondrosis.

But to confirm this, you must first of all contact an audiologist - a doctor who deals with hearing.

Answer 2
March, 2021

In addition to the spine and the spinal cord and other structures inside it, the following lesions are distinguished:

Muscles located on each side of the spine. They are divided into deep and superficial. Deep ones help to keep the head and neck in a certain position, take part in the movement. The superficial ones help to move the cartilage of the larynx, the lower part of the head, help the deep muscles change its position, protect the neurovascular bundles, which are important for the proper functioning of the brain, neck and chest cavity.

Fasciae are sheets of connective tissue that include separate muscle groups. They divide the neck into separate parts and are important in order to prevent the spread of inflammation and a possible purulent process. Between the fascia there are fiber spaces that carry amortization functions.

Nerve bundles. There are a large number of nerves in the neck area, which can go separately or form separate bundles. Here are located the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves, which help to regulate the general tone of blood vessels, affect the number of heart contractions, respiratory activity, and the overall size of the bronchi. Paired nerves that carry the sensory and motor innervation of the organs diverge along the lateral cervical surfaces.

Pain in the neck, back of the head and ears can occur during an inflammatory process, injury, the formation of tumors in the following structures:

vertebrae;

discs between the vertebral bodies;

small joints located between the processes of the vertebrae at the back of the arches;

ligaments that help fix the spine in one position ;

muscles that move the spine.

The main diseases that lead to this condition include:

disorders in the cervical spine;

osteochondrosis;

hernia of one or more intervertebral discs;

destroying spondyloarthrosis;

stenosis of the spinal canal, in which the spinal cord is located;

ankylosing spondylitis;

vertebral fractures;

osteomyelitis of the vertebrae;

dislocations, as well as subluxations;

tumor formations in the vertebrae;

injury to the main substance of the intervertebral disc, which provokes the formation of an acute hernia;

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