When Your Headache is Caused by Your Neck

Resource When Your Headache is Caused by Your Neck

Cort

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When Your Headache is Caused by Your Neck - Cervicogenic headaches

Some headaches are caused by neck problems
Sometimes migraineurs will experience headaches that don’t respond to migraine treatment. When this happens frequently, doctors may consider the possibility of another headache disorder. One such disorder originates with problems in the upper cervical spine. The problem isn’t actually in the head or brain; it’s in the neck. It’s called “referred pain.” The problem is in the neck, but the pain is felt in the head.
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AnneVA

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very relevant information, especially for those who are also dealing with hypermobility or a dx such as Ehlers Danlos Syndrome.
 

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