About half the population suffers from headaches, and 15 to 20% of those headaches include head and neck pain. This type of headache is recognized as a ‘cervicogenic headache.’ It’s important to make an accurate diagnosis of cervicogenic headaches to initiate the proper treatment. Dr. Vladimir Janda discussed the presence of his Upper Crossed Syndrome in cervicogenic headache patients, which has been validated in several epidemiological studies.
Recently, Dr. Phil Page presented a webinar with Multi Radiance Medical on Cervicogenic Headaches. In the webinar, he explains current concepts in evaluation and treatment of cervicogenic headaches, including the use of manual therapy, modalities, and exercise. You can view the webinar for free by clicking here, thanks to Multi Radiance Medical. Dr. Page recently published a review paper on Cervicogenic Headaches which is also available for free download here.