Treatment cervicocranialgia in Druskininkai
Cervicocranialgia - pain in the cervico-occipital region caused by inflammation, degenerative lesion or injury of the cervical spine. The pain in cervicocranialgia can radiate to the fronto-temporal region, shoulder and arm, as well as aggravated by rotation and tilting of the head, touching or due to prolonged uncomfortable posture, coughing, sneezing. Patients with cervicocranialgia complain of pressure, shooting through, throbbing pain; сpain-related limited movement; dizziness; numbness in the back of the head or upper limbs; noise in ears. Acute pain is stopped by medication, in extreme cases - surgically. Chronic pain respond well to physiotherapy methods: spinal traction, therapeutic massage, exercise therapy, acupuncture, etc.