Ross Hauser, MD explains how the vagus and glossopharyngeal nerves are involved in regulating blood pressure and how these nerves can be impaired due to upper cervical instability, resulting in abnormal blood pressure. This can happen in otherwise healthy people, which can leave the patient and provider frustrated and trying medications that may not be the best long term option.

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