Spinal Mobilization & Postural Exercises Reduce Headaches

Among a group of 72 cervicogenic headache patients, researchers observed that a four-week intervention that included posture corrective exercises and spinal mobilization therapy led to significant improvements in headache intensity, neck pain, and neck disability. Furthermore, the patients continued to report such benefits at a follow-up visit four weeks after the conclusion of care. Doctors of chiropractic are known to utilize both approaches in the management of patients with cervicogenic headaches. Physiotherapy Theory & Practice, February 2022

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