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Hi all! 'Wondering if Any are dealing with a Neurological condition where the head hangs to one side? The head and neck seem to move on their ow. Sometimes neck " locks up", or head does. Torticollis or " Wry neck", " Spasmodic Torticollis. I've been dealing with it for almost 4 years ago! Various causes of this Neuro condition of the head /neck. Thanks!!

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Hi Butterscotch,

Try running a search for torticollis in the Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Forum. There are lots of posts mentioning torticollis (or even 'wry neck') there. Search function is near the top of the page.

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I just ran a search there after reading your post here and came across a lot quite detailed information although a lot of them were years old. e.g. Cervical Dystonia/Torticollis
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