What Is Craniocervical Instability ?
Craniocervical Instability or CCI is spinal instability between the skull and cervical spine down to C2. 
The main causes for CCI are...
  • Neck Trauma / whiplash.
  • Connective tissue disorders e.g. Ehlers Danlos, Marfans.
  • There seems to be certain conditions such as Downs Syndrome, Chiari Malformation that often have or develop CCI.
Craniocervical instability symptoms
  • Headaches

  • Neck pain

  • Double vision

  • Memory loss

  • Dizziness

  • Vertigo

  • Ringing in the ears

  • Speech difficulties

  • Difficulty swallowing

  • Sleep apnea

  • Snoring or frequent awakening

  • Choking on food

  • Numbness in arms or legs

  • Unsteady walking

  • Clumsyness

  • Weakness in arms, hands or legs

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