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Cervical Cranial Syndrome

The symptoms of a cervical cranial syndrome headache are very much like those of suboccipital strain: there is a dull, constant throbbing at the base of the skull. This state is worsened by movement of the head and neck.

Doctor’s Treatment Plan
Treatment consists of specific (SMT) Spinal Manipulative Therapy (active or non-force techniques) to the area at the base of the skull, the neck and upperback. The treatment also requires massage and trigger point therapy, doctor-assisted stretching techniques, posture specific exercises and applied physical therapy modalities.
Cervical Cranial Syndrome

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  Note: It should always be considered that not all injuries are spinal related, and therefore not all injuries can be fully corrected with the benefit of chiropractic medicine. Further, the injury profiles and recommendations for treatment should in no way be used as a substitute for the care of a physician.
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