Neck Pain & Migraine: it goes both ways.
Do you have people under your care whose neck pain doesn't seem to be getting better no matter how much therapy and self-directed exercise is done? Consider that the neck pain could be due to migraine. Migraine is the most common neurological condition in working age people, and neck pain is a common symptom of migraine.
- The talk aims to provide listeners with insights to what is happening during an attack of migraine and why recognition is important. Dr Walker will share key questions to ask to help to differentiate between musculoskeletal problems, cervicogenic headache, and 'cervicogenic' migraine, and what can be done to help.