How physiotherapy can help your cervicogenic headache

Do you experience regular headache?  Suffer from constant headaches? Our physio Tegan Skipworth discusss cervicogenic headaches and how physiotherapy can treat them. There are many different causes and sources of headaches, it is estimated that there are actually over 200 different causes. Headaches are broken up into two distinct categories, primary and secondary headache types. [...]

By |2019-06-28T16:51:29+10:00June 28th, 2019|Clinical Pilates, Exercise, Physiotherapy|0 Comments

Prevent ipad injuries

Do you experience pain after using your ipad or tablet?  Do you get headaches or neck pain whilst using your device?  Your physiotherapist can not only reduce your pain but ensure you prevent and address the likelihood of getting pain.  With school just around the corner, a number of schools have moved to using a [...]

By |2018-01-26T13:15:06+11:00January 26th, 2018|Children's Health, Exercise, Physiotherapy|0 Comments

Neck Headache and Neck Pain

Neck headache or cervicogenic headache is common cause of headache.  Physiotherapy has been proven to provide immediate relief and resolve the causes of neck headache.  Call our team today at Malvern East Physiotherapy to fix your headache.   What are the common symptoms of neck headache? It is important to differentiate neck headache from other [...]

By |2017-02-02T17:23:33+11:00February 2nd, 2017|Physiotherapy|0 Comments

Top tips to fix your desk and work posture

  Are you reading this article on your laptop? Staring at this article on your tablet device.  How is your posture?  Does your neck or upper back get achey? If you are sitting for long periods of time, stress and strain is placed through muscles, joints and ligaments of the spine.  Correct ergonomics and workstation set up [...]

By |2016-08-05T17:40:43+10:00August 1st, 2016|Physiotherapy|0 Comments

Is your neck giving you a headache?

Neck headache - or cervicogenic headache - is a common condition referring to headache which is originating from the neck or upper spine. Cervicogenic headache can originate from a variety of muscular structures around the upper spine and base of the skull. These include the upper neck joints, neck muscles and nerves. Cervicogenic headaches can [...]

By |2015-11-02T15:26:31+11:00May 4th, 2015|Physiotherapy|0 Comments