Cervical spine syndrome
all complaints in the neck and the cervical spine (HWS) are summarized. In most cases, acute cervical spine syndrome is the result of overextension in the cervical vertebrae, such as acceleration injury in a car accident. Otherwise, one suffers a cervical spine syndrome due to muscle tension, poor posture or wear and tear of the vertebral joints or the intervertebral discs in the cervical region. The leading symptom, as in many diseases, is pain on movement, and here especially night pain, which lasts for weeks, months or years. Headaches are also not uncommon in cervical spine syndrome.