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Commentary - Misconception 1 of 10

Misconception 1 of 10

Upper Cervicogenic Dysfunction That (upper) cervicogenic dysfunction does not play a causal role in primary headache (i.e. migraine, tension and cluster headache, hemicrania continua, menstrual migraine etc) syndromes – wrong! Research continues to support the concept that the many and varied forms of headache and migraine1-7 – migraine, tension-type headache, cluster headache (that takes care

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Why It’s Not About Hormones!

Some Menstrual Migraine Facts Migraine is the second most common headache condition next to Tension-type Headache.  Up to one fourth of all women have migraine, and of those, 60% experience migraine without aura episodes in at least two thirds of their menstrual cycles.  Menstrual Migraine is in the top five disabling conditions for women and

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Beware of What is Lurking Below

When Determining Headache Causes A fascinating piece of research clearly indicates that one needs to be aware of what is lurking below when determining causes of Cluster Headache, Migraine, Tension Headache, Menstrual Migraine and Hemicrania Continua. Recent research has shown convincingly that migraine and other headache ‘conditions’ share a common disorder i.e., (‘central’) sensitisation of

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