CERVICAL PAIN AND HEADACHES

Do you suffer a headache?

Do you know what could be caused by cervical problems?

Headache is one of the leading causes of medical consultation worldwide. Its prevalence throughout life is greater than 90%.

It generally does not produce an intensity that prevents daily activities from day to day but can be disabling.

The headache is generated by a series of mechanisms that have as a final result the dilation of the extracranial arteries and the production of an inflammation around the blood vessel, releasing substances that produce pain (substance P, PGRC, etc.).

They are usually associated with high levels of stress and positions maintained over time that are harmful, usually related to work (office workers, drivers, receptionists, etc …)

Headaches can be caused mainly by 3 factors: tension, migraine or associated with organic diseases.

It is very important to detect the problem (and its origin) as soon as possible and work on it to prevent this pathology from becoming chronic and having to medicate for life simply to alleviate the symptomatology.

Through physiotherapy and therapeutic exercise we address headaches of tension origin (more than 50% of headaches in general) working on the structures that may be causing that pain reflex in the head and even punctual at certain points of the cervical musculature and spine.

Let yourself be advised by our professionals and their experience and you will see the results as soon as possible.

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