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Cervicogenic Headache

Cervicogenic headaches are those that are caused by mechanical dysfunction of the neck joints and muscles, and are one of the most common forms of headaches.

Tightening of the neck and shoulder muscles, can make the neck joints move incorrectly, and this can cause ‘referred’ pain to the head, neck or face.

Research1 shows that ‘cervicogenic’ headaches (those that come from neck joints or muscles) and migraines respond very well to chiropractic care.

1 McCrory DC, Penzien DB et al. (2001) Evidence Report: Behavioral and Physical Treatments for Tension–Type and Cervicogenic Headache, Des Moines, Iowa, Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research.

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