Neck pain in migraine patients is mostly part of the migraine complex, testing shows

Neck pain in patients with migraine is heterogeneous with most unlikely to be related to cervical musculoskeletal dysfunction, Australian researchers have shown. And given the study suggests neck pain in patients with migraine does not necessarily indicate a local neck cause, interventions such as physiotherapy may not be appropriate, they suggest. A cross sectional study ...

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