How to reset "skeletal muscle memory" ?

Reply Wed 26 Aug, 2020 11:53 pm
Hello. Sorry for bad English. I have a very important, vital question for me. I have a spasm of the short occipital muscles of the neck (the large posterior rectus muscles of the head, the superior oblique muscle of the head, the inferior oblique muscle of the head, etc.). Because of this, my biomechanics of the atlanto-occipital and atlanto-occipital joints are disturbed. As a result, the vertebral arteries are compressed and I suffer from vertebrobasilar insufficiency. Also, due to the skew of the head and c1 relative to the neck, the body creates "props" to compensate for this skew. As a result, I have a crooked spine, my back hurts, muscles all over my body are tight, my body is very heavy,
I have absolutely no strength, I can hold my hand up for a maximum of one minute. My ability to work is impaired. Chiropractors, vertebrologists greatly worsened the situation, it was a bitter difficult experience.
I would be grateful to you in life if you could advise me a drug / method that can make the brain correctly control the short occipital muscles. The fact is that they cannot be relaxed by any massage, exercises, wearing a Shants collar, and the like. Muscle relaxants don't help. Probably, when I hit the back of my head, these muscles worked like seat belts in a car, but they just can't get back to normal tone.
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Reply Thu 27 Aug, 2020 06:05 am
It sounds like you have damage/deteriorating disease in the area of your neck/spine and NOTHING rectifies that.

If it were me I would be seeing my Dr, seeing a medical specialist in muscular-skeletal issues, seeing my Chiropractor and trying something such as Yoga or Tai Chi. Which is what I have done and do.

Myself I have broken my back in two places on different occasions and severely damaged both my shoulders, all whilst racing motorcycles. Of course I now have Osteoarthritis in my skeleton joints and have also developed Ankylosing Spondylitus in my neck (so far). A disease which it may be worth you looking up ......

However, there is no ready answer to skeletal damage issues. Without being rude; Surely that is obvious?

The problems you appear to have at best, can only be managed to some small degree .... but nowhere near returning to 'normal'. Do not depress yourself imagining that your issues can be 'cured' is my advice.
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Reply Thu 27 Aug, 2020 07:16 am
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