Cervicogenic Headache hoppers crossing physio

What is Cervicogenic Headache?

Cervicogenic Headache is a secondary headache that occurs due to musculoskeletal or neurological dysfunction in the neck. Michael Tricarico our Senior Partner / APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist explains a little more about Cervicogenic Headaches in this short video Its main source of referred headache is thought to be an irritation in the upper neck structures […]

Read More

Neck Pain and Headaches

Neck pain is a common source of headache pain. This occurs due to stiffness or sprain to the top 3 joints in the neck or a strain of the surrounding muscles. The nerves that carry these pain signals cross over with the nerves that carry signals from your face, especially from areas of your temple or across your forehead. […]

Read More