If you suffer from migraine headaches, you may benefit from physical therapy (PT) to help decrease your pain, improve your mobility, and manage future attacks of headache pain. Sometimes your migraine headache may be coming from your cervical spine (neck) and may be known as a cervicogenic headache.
A new trial in NSW has resulted in an up to 24 percent reduction in the number of prescriptions issued for opioids to patients with acute back pain in emergency departments.
In a collection of articles published in NeuroRehabilitation, experts describe the latest advancements in neurogenic classification and pain management and treatment of these disorders.
Figures and surveys have shown that high-risk alcohol consumption increased during lockdown periods, while exercise decreased. Now researchers are exploring whether increased physical activity could help reduce alcohol and drug misuse long after social restrictions have lifted.