Tired of a stiff neck with little Rotation & Movement
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The Trigeminal nerve is responsible for sensation in the face and motor functions. This nerve is responsible for the perception of head pain, if this nerve is irritated the patient can experience the symptoms of a headache.
The muscles of the Neck & Shoulders play a key role in supporting the weight of the head. We can look at the muscles of the Neck and Shoulders right now. The SternoCleidoMastoid muscle is the muscle responsible for rotation of the head from side to side. The Scalene muscles are the lower muscles of the neck they attach to the first rib and the clavicle bone they consist of the posterior, middle and anterior scalene muscles. When these muscles are released this will reduce tension in the neck and create better rotation of the head. Read More