Tag Archives: Headaches

Cervicogenic Headache

What is it? A cervicogenic headache is head pain which originates from the cervical spine. A complex musculoskeletal syndrome thought to be caused by abnormalities in the joints, muscles, fascia and nerves. Research suggests that this type of headache often goes untreated due to its often intermittent nature. Causes Prior neck trauma: any previous injury […]

Relieving Neck Pain

The neck region is a highly complex series of joints, which offers great mobility; this increased mobility increases the vulnerability of the structure (Prentice 2011). Neck pain is extremely common with research finding the prevalence of non specific neck pain to be as high as 66.7% in a 1 year period (Sarig-Bahat 2003). Non specific […]