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A secondary diagnosis of cervicogenic headache was made due to the unilateral nature of her headache and suboccipital pain and the cervical assessment demonstrating right sided joint restriction and altered muscle tone.
There were also indications with limited or moderate level evidence that therapeutic exercise was effective for patients with cerebrovascular accident, cerebral palsy, peripheral neuropathy, Parkinson's disease, ankylosing spondylitis, neck pain, whiplash associated disorders, cervicogenic headaches, fractures, shoulder pain, patellofemoral pain, ankle sprains, hypertension, Down syndrome, older adults with health problems, and HIV.
Typically, cervicogenic headaches result from dysfunction in your discs, stiff joints, or an injury to neck muscles and/or ligaments.
Scully K (2007) Critically Appraised Papers: Efficacy of a C1-C2 self-sustained natural apophyseal glide (SNAG) in the management of cervicogenic headache.
This article attempts to do this by examining the efficacy of a self-SNAG to C1-C2 in the treatment of cervicogenic headache.
The study's authors acknowledge that this new study is in "stark contrast" to a similar previous study they conducted on spinal manipulation and cervicogenic headache -- a type of headache that is characterized by pain on one side of the head, with associated neck pain on the same side.
Manipulative therapy and a low load exercise regimen each reduced the frequency and intensity of cervicogenic headache.
Evidence suggests," it concluded, "that chiropractic care, including spinal manipulation, improves migraine and cervicogenic headaches.
Section 3 focuses on the three most common musculoskeletal disorders that are related to the region: whiplash-related injuries, cervicobrachial pain, and cervicogenic headaches.