Headaches, we’ve all experienced them to one degree. They can be sharp and painful, or dull and annoying and arise out of, what seems like, thin air. But recent studies published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics reveal that a certain kind of headache, termed a “cervicogenic headache,” actually results from a lack of proper motion in your neck. I bet you’re wondering how that’s possible, how can restricted neck movement actually lead to something that seems to be in my temples, or between my eyes or even all over my entire head. Well, friends, the answer lies in the biomechanics of the neck – they actually found a direct relationship between the amount of restricted neck movement and the severity of the headache. So, what does all this mean? It means that if you are suffering from headaches recently or for a long time, without really figuring out why you’re having them, we may have an answer…Come get checked out!