Cervicogenic headache is a difficult to diagnose type of headache. It is sometimes confused with Arnold’s Neuralgia. In this headache the pain is Centerd in the cervical region and may extend to the occipital part of the cranium. It is usually a persistent daily pain.
Whenever drugs do not relieve the headache it is possible to perform:
- CERVICAL AND OCCIPITAL NERVE RADIOFREQUENCY
- OCCIPITAL NERVE STIMULATION