Posts From March, 2022

Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic headache is when the problem in the neck leads to referred pain up the head unilaterally. Some of the common causes are linked to problems with nerves, bones, muscles: Whiplash injury Strained or sprained neck Poor forward head posture Poor ergonomics Disc bulges leading to a pinched nerve Arthritis/degenerative disc disease Fractures Types of


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Top 5 Misconceptions of Physical Therapy

Top 5 Misconceptions of Physical Therapy By Phil Piserchia, PTA 1) Myth:Going to Physical therapy will hurt. Truth: Although you might experience minimal pain or discomfort at the beginning of your treatment, the main goal of physical therapy is to minimize pain and discomfort. A good physical therapist will work within your pain threshold to


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Does Exercise Help with Neck Pain?

Have you ever experienced neck pain in which you do not know the cause of? This is called non-specific neck pain and is defined as pain in the cervical region that occurs without a direct injury or underlying condition such as a herniation, stenosis, or arthritis. This type of pain is a common health problem


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