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Neck, Cervical Spine and Migraine Connection

70% of patients with migraine experience neck pain. Identifying the source of neck pain and investigating possible connections to a headache is a critical step in the successful and comprehensive treatment process. 

This is another success story where Dr. Alex Feoktistov was able to identify the neck pain-migraine connection and with the help of Midtown Athletic Club team was able to help the patient get her life back! 


*Dr. Alex Feoktistov is the Founder and Director of the Synergy Integrative Headache Center and is no longer affiliated with the Diamond Headache Clinic. 

 

https://www.midtown.com/blog/fitness-plays-key-role-in-victory-over-scoliosis-and-migraines

Author
Alexander Feoktistov MD, PhD Founder and Director of the Synergy Integrative Headache Center.

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