neck pain and cervical discomfort
Many factors can influence the extent and location of the injury, such as
Typical clinical characteristics of the injury include
cervicogenic headache is defined as a headache resulting from disorders of the cervical spine
referred pain from a source in the neck, perceived in the head and/or face, and evidence of a disorder or lesion within the cervical spine or soft tissues of the neck.
rigger mechanisms of a cervicogenic headach
Dizziness originating from the cervical spine
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