Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic Headaches

Introduction to Cervicogenic Headaches If you’ve ever experienced a persistent headache that seems to stem from the neck, you might be dealing with a cervicogenic headache. This type of headache, often misunderstood and misdiagnosed, originates from the cervical spine region. Defining Cervicogenic Headaches: Cervicogenic headaches are a distinct type of headache characterized by pain that …

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Low Back Pain Due to Hyperlordosis of the Spine

Low Back Pain | Hyperlordosis | Physiotherapy Management

What is Hyperlordosis? Hyperlordosis is the condition of the lower back spine, in which the lumbar spine acquire a posture of the increased anterior curve. It can be easily visible in the side view. The lordotic posture differs from the healthy posture in the following ways: Increased lumbar lordosis and pelvic anterior tilt. Increased hip …

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