Cervicogenic Headache

What is it?

This is a headache related to neck problems that often begins at the top of the neck and moves into the head.


Signs and Symptoms


What should I look out for?

Mechanism of Injury

Anyone can get facet dysfunction but it commonly occurs from around 50 years of age. It can also occur in people who’ve had a history of accidents, heavy work or poor posture

Common Management Techniques

What can I do to help prevent the headaches? 


Physiotherapy Management


Often Cervicogenic headche is a transient and self-limiting condition that can recover in a matter of a few days. 

The Physiotherapists at Palms Physiotherapy are skilled in treating neck ailments and can effectively assist with pain relief and rapid recovery