to the head from bony structures, muscles, and
other soft tissue in the neck and
shoulders. Symptoms are usually one-sided and
include: precipitation of head pain by neck movement or awkward neck positions, head pain when external pressure is applied to the neck or occipital region, restricted range of motion of the neck, and neck, shoulder and arm pain. Treatment for cervicogenic headache includes physical therapy, medications, behavioral therapy, and other modalities.