Resting cranial and upper cervical muscle activity is increased in patients with migraine

Azin S. Janani, Kenneth J. Pope, Nicole Fenton, Tyler S. Grummett, Hanieh Bakhshayesh, Trent W. Lewis, Dean H. Watson, Emma M. Whitham, John O. Willoughby

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