Cervicocranial Syndrome

Cervicocranial syndrome is sometimes confused with occipital neuralgia. Occipital neuralgia involves pressure or irritation to the occipital nerve that travels from the second cervical vertebrae up the back of the head bilaterally. Symptoms often include headaches that originate in the upper neck and travel up the back of the head and behind the eyes. This syndrome is also called C2 neuralgia or Arnold's neuralgia.

The chiropractors at Frisco Spinal Rehab are well versed in both conditions and can help you get a proper diagnosis as well as go over treatment options.

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