Your headaches may be due to a number of reasons, it is important to make a careful diagnose to eliminate any non-musculoskeletal cause before commencing treatment.


Brain tissue is not sensitive to pain as it is lacking in pain receptors, pain is caused by pain-sensitive structures around the brain, the arteries, veins, muscles, nerves, eyes, ears, sinuses and membranes.


However cervico-genic headaches, characteristically on one-side of the head, result from excessive tension in the cervical spine, and soft tissue leading to this head pain, from the back of the head and even at the forehead, occasionally affecting vision.