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Cervicogenic Headache: A New Perspective

  • Open or CloseRob Sillevis* and Valerie Weiss

    Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida, United States

    *Corresponding author: Rob Sillevis, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Florida Gulf Coast University, 10501 FGCU Boulevard South, Marieb 428, Fort Myers, Florida 33965, Florida, United States

Submission: August 14, 2021;Published: September 2, 2021


Headaches are common and result in a significant societal burden. Approximately 50% of the adult population in the Unites states is affected by headaches. Headaches result in a significant number of sick days and thus result in a loss of overall productivity. Currently, around 4% of the population experiences Cervicogenic Headaches (CGH) [1,2]. The prevalence of CGH is about 15% of all headaches

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