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Headaches and migraines can be caused by many conditions, such as arthritis, inflamed joints in the neck, muscle tightness/strain, pinched nerves in the cervical spine, disc injury or degeneration or physical trauma that affects the brain.


Tension Headaches —

This happens when muscles constrict due to tension, causing pressure pain typically felt in the forehead and/or back of the head.

Migraine Headaches —

More intense than regular headaches, migraines tend to cause throbbing pain in the forehead or one or both temples. They may result in nausea, vomiting, light sensitivity and blurred vision.

A number of causes can cause pain in the back, from the shoulder blades all the way down to the legs. Symptoms may include—but are not limited to—aches, stabbing or shooting pain, restricted mobility, inability to stand up straight and pain that moves down one or both legs.