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Cervicogenic headaches - Headaches and neck pain

Cervicogenic headaches - Headaches and neck pain

Cervicogenic headaches are often not constant, but come on in fits and starts. Cervicogenic headaches are often present on one side of the head and are triggered by movements of the head. This type of headache is caused by the fact that the...
Cervical radiculopathy - radiating neck pain

Cervical radiculopathy - radiating neck pain

In a cervical radiculopathy there is pressure on a nerve root in the neck. This can be caused by a hernia or bone overgrowth as a result of normal aging. Symptoms that may occur include radiating pain in the neck and arm, tingling, decreased muscle strength,...
Tension headaches

Tension headaches

Tension-type headache is the most common type of headache. In addition to headaches, the majority of people with these symptoms also suffer from neck pain. Tension type headache is a form of primary headache, which can be...
3 neck pain exercises to do at home

3 neck pain exercises to do at home

Stretching exercise for the trapezius muscle The trapezius muscle is a large muscle that consists of three parts and has an important function in the neck/shoulder area. We usually see pain around the neck due to a long lasting posture or stress. Often the pain is caused by...
Physiotherapy examination in cervical radiculopathy

Non-specific neck complaints - neck pain

This form of neck pain is fortunately not serious and often subsides within 6 weeks. With this type of neck pain, different symptoms can be present. We often see a combination of pain and stiffness. Often the treatment consists of a combination of...