A headache arising from the neck is called a cervicogenic headache, meaning it is pain ascending from the muscles, joints and nerves of the cervical spine (the neck).
Common symptoms of a cervicogenic headache are a:
Due to the fact a cervicogenic headache arises from problems in the neck, common causes can be:
A cervicogenic headache may also occur due to poor lifestyle habits such as poor posture or repetitive stress. It is important to know where the root cause of the problems lay so then the appropriate treatment can be targeted accordingly.
If you are suffering with a cervicogenic headache and are interested in how chiropractic treatment can help you then call and make an appointment today with our chiropractor and visit the AMI Clinic near Kempston in Bedford, Bedfordshire.
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