Researchers classify post-traumatic headaches as migraine headaches or tension-type headaches. In these demographics soft tissue irritation and subsequent nerve sensitization may be a major contributor to symptoms. There is also evidence that temporomandibular disorder may be a contributing factor to cervicogenic headaches.Read More
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