A growing body of evidence suggests that 15 to 20% of headaches may be caused by problems occurring in the neck.Acute pain in a neck at the young women.

Most headache sufferers and some doctors are unaware of the high incidence of neck related headaches—it is definitely something worth thinking about!

The upper part of the neck has a nerve supply capable of creating head pain (with or without obvious neck pain and restriction). Problems with the jaw can also cause similar symptoms which may require physiotherapy.

Any of the following points could suggest that the neck may be causing or contributing to headaches:

  • Headache which persists after a doctor has checked for other causes
  • Headache which always feels worse on the same side of the head
  • Pain which radiates from the back to the front of the head
  • Headache with dizziness

Soft tissue tightness and specific patterns of joint stiffness have been shown to contribute to headaches of cervical origin. At The Clinic we have physiotherapists who are very experienced in the management of these conditions.

At The Clinic we have physiotherapists who are very experienced in the management of these conditions.

 

Unfortunately, accessing suitable professional help quickly remains a problem for many sufferers of headaches. At The Clinic, we have no waiting lists and self referral is as easy as making a phone call. We know how distressing it can be if you’re in pain, so we do our best to treat you as soon as possible.

With our trained professional help, we can advise sufferers and prescribe an individualised exercise programme to meet lifestyle needs. Our aim is to ease your pain by getting to the root of its cause. At The Clinic, we work with you to try make sure your pain not only goes away but stays away.

 

What do you do now? Call us on 02892 622912 to find out more and to book your appointment or complete the form below.

Your Name:

Email:

Telephone No: