Tuesday’s Tip- Cervicogenic Headache What is a Cervicogenic Headache?

A Cervicogenic headache occurs when pain is referred from a specific source in the neck up to the head. The pain is typically a steady ache or dull feeling, but sometimes the pain intensity can worsen. The symptoms are usually side-locked, which means they occur on one side of the neck, head, and/or face.

Migraines are now thought to be caused by altered Bloodflow and or hormonal imbalances for a large majority of them. They often have auras or other signs of starting. They create photosensitivity, nausea and vomiting.

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