Headaches can be quite commonplace in the physiotherapy environment

and, as with other conditions, can be due to a number of factors.

The most common type of headache we see in clinic is cervicogenic, which means the pain is coming from structures in the neck - such as joints, discs, ligaments, nerves etc. Cervicogenic headaches are especially common in a whiplash accident.

Providing any serious cause of the pain has been ruled out, headaches can respond quite well to physiotherapy treatments, which includes;

  • joint mobilisations

  • acupuncture

  • soft tissue massage

  • home exercises

Some of our patients (and staff!) have reported that acupuncture has proved useful in the management of their migraines as well. 

Contact Us for further information on how we can help with headaches and migraines.

*The information on this page is not a substitute for medical advice and we advise people to seek help for any complaint from one of our physiotherapists or other suitably qualified clinician.

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