What Is A Cervicogenic Headache?
Cervicogenic Headache Treatment
According to the International Classification of Headache Disorders, a Cervicogenic headache is a secondary headache disorder that is classified as a headache with neck pain due to possible dysfunction in joints, muscles, discs, ligaments and neurological structures. The current body of evidence would suggest that cervicogenic headache is largely due to these physiological structures stimulating afferent nerve fibres creating pain pathways into the head that present themselves as a headache.
At the Sydney Headache and Migraine Clinic, we expect significant improvement in 90% of our patients with cervicogenic headaches, within the first 3 weeks of treatment.
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