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New Voice, New Career: Laryngeal Relaxation: Stretches and Massages

Sternocleidomastoid Pain When the SCM is strained or shortened the muscle itself rarely hurts, no matter how stiff or tight it may be. Problems are referred elsewhere, to head and neck, ears, eyes, nose and throat.... Sternal Division (left): Head pain, "sinus" pain, visual disturbances, “sore throat,” difficulty swallowing, dry cough. Clavicular Division (right): Autonomic and proprioceptive disturbances; frontal "sinus" headache...

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The sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM) tends to indirectly get tight when your head is tilted down looking at object. The superior trapezoid and legator scapulae muscles will try to hold the weight of your head by cocontracting with the SCM. If you work at a computer, avoid this issue by keeping your monitors at eye level.

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sternocleidomastoid muscle sternal branch trigger points and referred pain pattern

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Cervical (Neck) Stretches/Exercises To Do At Home

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5 Upper Body Exercises You Never Do, But Should: Muscles of the Back - Upper Back - Exercise

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How to self-treat sternocleidomastoid muscle trigger points - trigger point release - YouTube

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Signs & Symptoms of a Strained Sternocleidomastoid Muscle

The sternocleidomastoid, or SCM, muscle originates on the breastbone and attaches to the collarbone and the temporal bone on the back of the skull. You...