What are Positional Headaches?Also known as orthostatic or postural headaches, positional headaches occur when a sudden change in positioning such as quickly sitting or standing happens and is relieved by lying down for 20-30 minutes. They can last for anywhere...Headache Related Neck and Shoulder Tightness
Neck and shoulder muscle tightness can be a large contributor to headache and migraine symptoms, meaning that it is imperative for this tightness to be addressed. What is muscle tightness? Muscle tightness is a common product of overuse or overactivity of the...Whiplash Associated Disorders (WAD)
Whiplash is a neck injury that occurs due to forceful back and forth movement, often due to a motor vehicle accident. This neck injury is commonly associated with more frequent headache occurrence. What is Whiplash Associated Disorder? Due to the forceful nature of...Are Your Suboccipital Muscles Causing You Headaches & Migraines?
There are many muscles in the neck which support the weight of your head, and help stabilise the very mobile cervical joints. As seen in the image above, the suboccipital muscles are a group of four muscles located on each side of the upper cervical spines, just...Tension Headaches: What Is It, And How Do I Resolve It?
Tension headaches are caused by contractions of the head and neck muscles. The pain experienced by tension headache sufferers is often dull and persistent. Overview of tension headaches Studies have shown that tension-type headache is the most common headache...