Chiropractic Management Of Cervicogenic Headaches!
Cervicogenic headaches are classified as a secondary headache due to the pain arising from the neck as opposed to the head. The primary nerve in the cervical region associated with cervicogenic headaches is the occipital nerve, located at the base of the skull. one of the main treatments for cervicogenic headaches is addressing the pain generator.
The first step to treating cervicogenic headaches is correctly identifying the source. The most common cause of cervicogenic headaches is the lack of support by key postural muscles causing increased stress on overactive muscles. Other than receiving a diagnosis from a healthcare specialist, a frequent symptom of cervicogenic headaches is tenderness or pain in your neck. Continue reading “How Chiropractors Treat Cervicogenic Headaches?”