cervicogenic


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Related to cervicogenic: cervicogenic headache

cer·vi·co·gen·ic

 (sûr′vĭ-kə-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Originating from the cervical spine or other anatomical structures in the neck, such as nerves or muscles: cervicogenic headache.
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zervikogen
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Eighteen patients (15 men, 3 women; 42-64 years of age) with at least a 6 month history of shoulder pain of non-neurogenic, cervicogenic or systemic origin, were randomised into two groups (a trigger point group or a sham acupuncture group) and administered treatments on 5 occasions over 5 weeks.
Evidence suggests," it concluded, "that chiropractic care, including spinal manipulation, improves migraine and cervicogenic headaches.
2) Although the etiology of headaches in this presentation was identified radiographically, trauma induced headaches might have less obvious causes like post-concussive and cervicogenic sources.
This includes Orthopaedics, Rheumatology, MSK Pain and non-MSK Pain Management (excluding headaches but including cervicogenic pain), Physiotherapy (excluding neurological, cardiorespiratory, paediatric, amputee and falls prevention), Osteoporosis and associated Podiatry services.
They cover the healthcare professional's responsibility, pain constructs, anatomical and physiologic considerations, comorbid conditions, and the neurophysiology, biopsychosocial model, and epidemiology of orofacial pain, then general assessment, diagnostic classification, vascular and nonvascular intracranial causes, primary headache disorders, episodic and continuous neuropathic pain, intraoral pain disorders, the diagnosis and management of TMD, cervicogenic mechanisms and extracranial causes of orofacial pain and headaches, the impact on sleep (a new chapter), and biobehavioral considerations.
This is the most commonly reported symptom, either cluster headaches, tension headaches, migraines or cervicogenic (whiplash association) and may persist for several days post injury.
The RF technique can be used to help patients with chronic low-back pain, neck pain and pain related to the degeneration of joints from osteo-arthritis, cervical/thoracic/lumbar and sacral vertebral columns joints pain, cervicogenic and migraine headaches.
RF can be used to help patients with chronic (long-lasting) low-back pain, neck pain and pain related to the degeneration of joints from osteo-arthritis, cervical/thoracic/lumbar and sacral vertebral columns joints pain, cervicogenic and migraine headaches.
Headache diagnoses fell into seven categories: postconcussive (33%); tension type (11%); migraine (30%); cervicogenic (9%); occipital neuralgia (5%); cluster (2%), and "other," a category that included tumor, vascular pathology psychogenic headache, substance abuse, and cerebrovascular events presenting as headache.
Section 3 focuses on the three most common musculoskeletal disorders that are related to the region: whiplash-related injuries, cervicobrachial pain, and cervicogenic headaches.