Neck pain is the second most common symptom experienced after a whiplash, reported by over 90% of patients.
Like neck pain, headache also can have a variety of different causes from an auto collision. The first step in treating post-traumatic headache is to diagnose the root cause of the pain. Watch the video below, or browse our articles to learn more about the different causes of headache and how to approach treatment.
Other Headache and Migraine Treatments
3rd Cervical Root Compression After Whiplash
A New Kind of Whiplash-Associated Headache?
EEG Differences in Post-Traumatic Headache Patients
Headache Type and Neck Mobility
Post-Concussion Syndrome After Mild Brain Injury
Post-Traumatic Headache and Cerebral Blood Flow
Similarities Between Whiplash and Brain Injury
The C2 Nerve Root Ganglion and Whiplash
Understanding Headache After Auto Injuries