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Originating from the cervical spine or other anatomical structures in the neck, such as nerves or muscles: cervicogenic headache.
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The treatment of a cervicogenic headache patient has a two-pronged approach:
Cervicogenic headache (CH) implies a chronic hemicranial pain caused by a disorder of the cervical spine and its anatomic structures innervated by the C1, C2, and C3 cervical spinal nerves (1).
Analysis of mechanical properties of cervical muscles in patients with cervicogenic headache.
A proposed etiology of cervicogenic headache: the neurophysiologic basis and anatomic relationship between the dura mater and the rectus posterior capitis minor muscle.
Changes in Muscle Strength: A Critical Element in Tension-Type and Cervicogenic Headaches
When asking the dentists whether or not their TMD patients also presented with neck pain, poor posture, and/or cervicogenic headache, 13%, 34%, and 32% reported never evaluating these conditions, respectively.
This vertebrae deviation was compressing the spinal cord, giving origin to the moderate-to-severe cephalea episodes (cervicogenic cephalea), and perpetuating the temporomandibular dysfunction.
According to the headache classification proposed by the International Headache Society (2nd edition) [10] (Section 3.2.1), a cervicogenic headache is defined as a headache resulting from disorders of the cervical spine.
Giacovazzo, "Proinflammatory cytokines in cervicogenic headache," Functional Neurology, vol.
Neck-Tongue Syndrome (NTS) is a type of cervicogenic headache recently reviewed by Gelfand et al.