Torticollis Doctor

Expert Treatment for Torticollis at Anodyne Pain and Health Group

What is Torticollis?

Torticollis, commonly known as “wry neck,” is a condition in which the neck muscles contract, causing the head to twist or tilt to one side. This condition can be either congenital, meaning present at birth, or acquired later in life due to various factors like muscle strain, injury, or underlying medical conditions. 

The severity and duration of torticollis can vary, but it’s essential to get a proper diagnosis for effective treatment. At Anodyne Pain and Health Group, we specialize in diagnosing and treating torticollis, offering a range of therapies aimed at relieving pain and improving neck function.

What is Torticollis Caused By?

Torticollis can arise from a variety of underlying causes, making it important to properly diagnose the condition for effective treatment. 

Congenital torticollis is often due to abnormal positioning in the womb or complications during childbirth, affecting the neck muscles from an early age. 

Acquired torticollis, on the other hand, may be caused by factors such as muscle strain, trauma, or injury to the neck. It can also result from infections affecting the neck or upper respiratory tract, or as a side effect of certain medications. 

Less commonly, underlying neurological or orthopedic conditions can contribute to the development of torticollis.

How Do You Treat Torticollis?

Treating torticollis involves a multi-faceted approach that may include a combination of the following treatments, customized to your specific needs:

At Anodyne Pain and Health Group, we offer all these treatments under one roof, allowing for a seamless and integrated approach to managing torticollis. Our expert team will evaluate your condition thoroughly to create a customized treatment plan that provides the most effective and speedy path to relief.

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What are the Symptoms of Torticollis?

Torticollis typically presents with a range of symptoms that can affect your neck and upper body. Common signs include:

  • A visibly tilted or twisted head
  • Neck stiffness or rigidity
  • Difficulty turning the head from side to side
  • Pain or discomfort in the neck, shoulder, or upper back
  • Asymmetrical posture
  • In some cases, a palpable lump or mass in the neck muscle

These symptoms can vary in severity and may develop gradually or appear suddenly. At Anodyne Pain and Health Group, our comprehensive diagnostic approach ensures that we understand the full scope of your symptoms so that we can provide the most effective treatment options tailored to your needs.

Why Choose Anodyne Pain and Health Group for Torticollis Relief?

When it comes to managing torticollis, individualized care is crucial for effective treatment. At Anodyne Pain and Health Group, our multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to providing a comprehensive and tailored approach to your care. 

We employ state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and innovative therapies to ensure you get the most effective treatment available. 

Our goal is not just symptom relief but also addressing the underlying causes to provide long-lasting solutions for your condition. Take the first step toward a pain-free life by scheduling an appointment with us today at one of our five locations. We serve patients in Alpharetta, GA, Katy, TX, Las Vegas, NV, Marietta, GA, Rockwall, TX, and St. Louis, MO.

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