It’s not a migraine, but it’s often misdiagnosed as such. The difference is it starts in the neck not in the brain. Since it starts in the neck some people experience many associated symptoms that help in diagnosing cervicogenic headache. Watch this video now and find out the good news on how to deal with these headaches. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.
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