4 Jun, 2020

Understanding the connection between neck pain and headaches in the back of the head

It rarely fails. You feel pain in your neck, and after a while, you also develop a headache in the back of your head. It’s not a coincidence that these two issues occur together. In fact, both are common issues.  Researchers estimate that about 50% of people experience headaches in any given year. Neck pain

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3 Mar, 2020

What to do when dealing with frequent headaches from neck pain

Headaches related to neck pain, also known as cervicogenic headaches, affect millions of people each year. Although not as common as other types of headaches such as migraines and tension headaches, headaches from neck pain can have a devastating impact on quality of life for the people they affect. Dealing with headaches and neck pain

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8 Sep, 2019

Two muscle groups that cause headaches on top of the head

The World Health Organization (WHO) conducted a study that showed about half of adults have had a headache in the past year. One type of headache you may have experienced is a headache on top of your head, which are also called skullcap headaches. These headaches are a form of tension headache, and they can

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3 Sep, 2019

Are you living with chronic migraines? You don’t have to

Anyone who has to live with the excruciating pain of chronic migraines understands the extremely negative impact they can have on your life. From decreased productivity at work to being unable to spend quality time with your family and friends, migraines can take a lot of the joy and energy out of your life. While

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4 May, 2019

How can physical therapy treat chronic headaches?

Headaches are reportedly experienced by about half of adults at least once per year. It is one of the more common pain-related symptoms. For most, these symptoms are occasional and short term. However, in some cases the pain associated with headaches is persistent. These cases fall into the category of headache disorders; a serious and

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3 May, 2019

What causes neck pain and headaches?

Neck pain and headaches can cause difficulty in one’s day-to-day life and be debilitating when severe or persistent. Understanding the underlying causes of and options available for the reduction of neck pain and headaches are important first steps in addressing this common issue. Physical therapy services provided by the team of rehabilitation experts at Rehab

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15 Dec, 2018

Symptoms you may experience with cervicogenic headaches

Rehab Access has a team in Belle Chasse and Gretna Louisiana that can help you learn more about many medical conditions, and one of those conditions is cervicogenic headaches.  Since 1999, the team at Rehab Access has been helping people in our community find the physical therapy they need. We’ve built our positive reputation by

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7 Dec, 2018

How to tell if you suffer from cervicogenic headaches

There are many types of headaches, but cervicogenic headaches are specifically related to having tightness and tension in the muscles of the back of the neck. The pain can be severe, and often be accompanied by pain or tightness in the neck. Physical therapy can help people with all types of headaches. Rehab Access explains

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20 Nov, 2018

How to Find Relief from Stress-Related Headaches

Headaches are the third most common pain complaint throughout the world. They are debilitating and can greatly impact a person’s quality of life. Fortunately, relief is possible. By working with a trained Rehab Access physical therapist, you can experience immediate pain relief from stress-related headaches and other ailments that may be contributing to your suffering.

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24 Sep, 2018

Treating Cervicogenic Headache Pain at Rehab Access

If you have experienced a cervicogenic headache, you may not even realize that it wasn’t a regular headache, or you may have believed it was a migraine. Headaches can happen for different reasons, so the pain that comes with them can be easily dismissed. However, cervicogenic headaches are a secondary headache, which means that they

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