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Cervicogenic headache is head pain originated from bony structures or soft tissues of the neck. The most likely sources of your neck headache are dysfunction of either your upper neck joints, neck muscles or nerves.

Signs and Symptoms of Cervicogenic Headache:

  • Headache radiating from the back to the front

  • Headache worsening with neck movement, sustained neck posture, or sleeping

  • Headache predominantly affecting one side of the head

  • Headache accompanied by neck and shoulder pain or stiffness

  • Possible presence of suboccipital neuralgia, characterised by sharp, shooting pain in the suboccipital region

Treatment Methods:

Reclaim your comfort and vitality. Schedule an appointment with our experienced physiotherapists to tackle cervicogenic headaches and regain control of your head and neck health.

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Neck pain is a prevalent issue and is seldom the result of serious injury. It's often a blend of factors, including joint tightness, muscle weakness, and poor posture while working and sleeping. Stress from work or family can also contribute to neck pain. In some cases, neck problems can lead to radiating pain, pins and needles, and numbness in the arms and fingers.


Signs and Symptoms of Neck Pain:

  • Pain and stiffness in the neck and shoulders

  • Limited neck movement

  • Headaches

  • Radiating pain to the shoulders and arms

  • Tingling, numbness, and weakness in the shoulders, arms, and fingers

Don't let neck pain disrupt your daily life. Reach out to our experienced physiotherapists today to address your symptoms and take control of your head and neck health.

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Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) refers to neck pain and upper limb pain and numbness caused by compression of the neurovascular bundle by various structures in the area between the neck and axilla.

Signs and Symptoms of TOS:

  • Pain in the neck, upper back, shoulder, arm, and hand

  • Numbness, pins and needles, or weakness in the arm and hand

  • Pain around the clavicle

  • Local tenderness over the scalene area


Don't let thoracic outlet syndrome restrict your activities. Contact our experienced physiotherapists today to address your symptoms and regain control of your head and neck health.

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