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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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Torticollis in a ongole bullock was managed by manual traction, stabilization with metallic splint and by administration of muscle relaxants and anti inflammatory drugs which helped in decreasing inflammation and improving circulation to cervical muscles.
Training the cervical muscles with prescribed motor tasks does not change muscle activation during a functional activity.
Also, it is assumed that there is significant difference among the thresholds of pain in the cervical muscles between participants with and without TMD.
The density of muscle spindles is higher in the small intrinsic, deep dorsal and sub-occipital cervical muscles than in other cervical muscle groups which accounts for their important role in proprioception (Djupsjobacka et al.
2010, The rehabilitation program for the treatment of pain points bombing cervical muscles region" unpublished master's message, Tanta University.
Associated with this was an increase in tension of the deep posterior cervical muscles.
Cervical muscles may spasm and become inflamed as they work overtime to hold the head in an unbalanced posture.
9]; Balagopalan and Nayar [10] and Mahdi [11] noticed weak fibrinous adhesions between the graft and perioesophageal cervical muscles.
Falla D, Jull G, Hodges P (2008) Training the cervical muscles with prescribed motor tasks does not change muscle activation during a functional activity.
In adults, it has been reported that cervical muscles play a role in the exertion of bite force.
The current findings thus provide the best available evidence that the cervical muscles of symptomatic computer workers work harder for the same physical task.
Violent hyperextension or flexion may cause stretching of the cervical muscles and ligaments (Urschel & Razzuk, 1998).
Deeply seated and inaccessible masses of the mediastinum, retroperitoneum, cervical muscles, pharynx, and larynx are called well-differentiated liposarcomas.
Full rehabilitation involves standard pain control measures; physical therapy to correct the flexibility and strength imbalances and the forward-head postural fault that are common in less experienced athletes who get stingers; and sports-specific strengthening exercises of the cervical muscles, anterior and posterior shoulder girdle, and thoracic extensors.
Even a small amount of extension of the atlanto-occipital joint is likely to cause a decrement in the tension-generating capabilities of both the suboccipital muscles and the cervical muscles that are inserted on the occiput (although the gradient of the relationship for the latter muscle groups depends on the cervical posture).