Cervicogenic Headache is often mistaken for migraines. One of the basic differences between the two is that a migraine headache is rooted in the brain, while a Cervicogenic headache has its roots in the cervical spine (neck) or base of the skull region.

Causes – Cervicogenic Headache can occur due to any degenerative condition, a neck injury, sleeping/ sitting/ standing in a wrong position, or a compressed nerve in the neck.

Indo Global Physiotherapy offers Physiotherapy for Cervicogenic Headache. Our treatment plan may involve stretching exercises, Cervical spine manipulation or mobilization, Strengthening exercises, Thoracic spine thrust manipulation & exercise, C1-C2 Self-sustained Natural Apophyseal Glide (SNAG), Dry Needling Therapy, Cervical Facial Release/ Craniosacral release, and MFR.