• Julian Simpson

Neck movements and Headaches

Head kinematics in patients with neck pain compared to asymptomatic controls: a systematic review


With neck pain being one of the most common complaints we see in our clinic, its important to see what is associated with neck pain

Evidence from over 27 studies have shown that

There is evidence for increased movement time and increased number of error during head aiming where found with neck pain

They also found that there was decreased mean velocity, peak acceleration and reaction time for performing head aiming tasks with traumatic neck pain

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Franov, E., Straub, M., Bauer, C.M. et al. Head kinematics in patients with neck pain compared to asymptomatic controls: a systematic review. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2022; 23:156. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12891-022-05097-z

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