Cervicogenic headaches are often mistaken for migraines, and while headache pain resides in one or both sides of the head, cervicogenic headaches are accompanied by neck pain or pain at the base of the skull. Other symptoms associated with cervicogenic headaches include:
Pain brought on by neck movement
Holding the head in an awkward position
Pain when coughing
Although cervicogenic headaches and migraines appear similar, their treatment options are very different. This is why it’s important to visit an experienced pain management specialist to get the most thorough and personalized treatment. Your evaluation will consist of reviewing your medical history, analyzing your symptoms, and performing tests such as x-rays or MRI/CT scans. These techniques will pinpoint your pain and lead to the most effective treatment options.
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