headache: an assessment of the evidence on clinical diagnosis, invasive tests, and treatment.
Dr Salah has so far successfully performed the procedure and treated several patients worldwide who suffer from a variety of chronic pains such as joint pain, upper and lower back pain and cervicogenic
Other diagnoses that lowered the odds of returning to duty included postconcussive headache (by 67%), cervicogenic
headache (by 60%), and coexisting traumatic brain injury (by 50%).
Headaches were classified as cervicogenic
in 4% before injury, in 8% soon after injury, and in 5% at 12 months.
Ogince M, Hall T, Robinson K, Blackmore AM (2007) The diagnostic validity of the cervical flexio-rotation test in C1/2related cervicogenic
Vestibulospinal reactions in cervicogenic
pain can include headache as well as neck pain.
Acute and chronic neck pain, "whiplash" and cervicogenic
headache are then reviewed in more detail.
It has also been used to treat many chronic pain syndromes in the head and neck region, including cervicogenic
headache, cervical dystonia, chronic neck pain, and temporomandibular disorders.
The screening will determine if the headache is cervicogenic
I 52 riferimenti bibliografici reperiti sono suddivisibili per argomento nelle seguenti categorie: vari tipi di dizziness e vertigine (1 8) (1,2,4,6-8, 15,16,19,21,22,24,26,37-41); cervicogenic
dizziness o cervical vertigo (21) (3,9-13,17,23,25,28,42-52) di cui 6 articoli specifici sulle disfunzioni in seguito a colpo di frusta; insufficienza arteriosa delle arterie vertebrali o delle carotidi (11) (14,18,20,29-36); vertigine centrale (1) (5); ortostatismo (1) (27).
Migraine and tension headaches accounted for about 73% of all headaches in the study, and musculoskeletal and cervicogenic
headaches accounted for 15%.