Headaches affect almost two thirds of the population. There is significant clinical evidence and research to confirm that many headaches arise from stiffness in the joints of the upper neck. It is important that a qualified clinician such as a physiotherapist is consulted for an accurate diagnosis.
Common causes of Head and Face Pain
These headaches originate from the neck and are one of the most common types of headache. Click Here to read more
Temporomandibular (TMJ) Joint Disorder
It can give rise to pain over the joint, immediately in front of the ear, and pain can also radiate elsewhere. Click Here to read more.
The intense , pulsating head pain is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting and an over-sensitivity to light, sound and smells. Click Here to read more.