(Cervicogenic) headaches are very common and the world health organization reports around 47% of worlds adult population will have suffered from a headache within the last year.
Although the vast majority are from stress it is also common for cervicogenic headaches to come from the muscles and joints of the neck and upper back or even tension in the jaw muscles.
- An osteoarthritic neck
- Altered upper back movements
- Poor posture
- Jaw malalignment can all contribute to headaches
- Tight scalp fascia