Can Mint Help Curb Migraine and Neck Pain?
What’s the basis of this claim? Can it indeed put an end to your headaches and neck pain? Let’s find out the truth in our discussion on mint, migraine episodes, and upper cervical spine pain.
Is My Busy Job the Reason Behind My Neck Pain?
How does your busy work become one of your leading sources of pain? Is there a way to continue working long hours without developing neck pain?
Finding Neck Pain Relief – Is It Safe To Crack It By Yourself?
It would seem that a lot of people experience a need to stretch their necks and hear those satisfying cracking sounds to relieve their neck pain. The question now is, is it safe?
Can Whiplash Cause Migraines?
Migraines caused by trauma to the neck and head are more common than you might imagine. Episodes of migraines may happen even with just a mild neck or head injury.
Neck Pain and Other Symptoms That Appear After a Concussion
Not sure if you have a concussion or post-concussion syndrome? Learn more about the varying symptoms of a traumatic brain injury in our discussion.
What Causes Ear, Jaw, and Neck Pain?
Do you suffer from ear, jaw, and neck pain issues? When you eat or talk, have you ever heard any popping or clicking sounds coming from your jaw joints? Most people believe that these are only temporary symptoms and it is nothing to worry about. Still, these symptoms should not be ignored or taken lightly.
BMI and Other Neck Pain Risk Factors
Frequent neck pain and headache can disrupt your routine and affect your overall wellbeing. Have you ever wondered what causes it in the first place? Why is it a widespread problem today?
Whiplash and Other Underlying Causes of Vertigo
Find out more about the relationship between whiplash and vertigo and other underlying health conditions as we discuss the topic further.
4 Basic But Life-Changing Facts About Whiplash Injury
To help you start your recovery journey or provide better care for an injured loved one, we’ve gathered four surprising facts about whiplash injury.
Have Vertigo? Check Your Neck
To understand the condition better, we’ll take a look at the vestibular system (the system in your body responsible for your sense of balance) and how it relates to your neck, spine, and brain.