- 6299 Effects of Cervical Stabilization Exercises on Neck Proprioception in Patients with Cervicogenic Headache

@inproceedings{Sharma20136E,
  title={- 6299 Effects of Cervical Stabilization Exercises on Neck Proprioception in Patients with Cervicogenic Headache},
  author={Deepika Rohtagi Sharma and Siddhartha Sen and Amit Dhawan},
  year={2013}
}
Cervicogenic headache is gaining prevalence in young adults along with proprioception deficit in the cervical region. Methodology: In this study, 30 participants who met the diagnostic criteria for Cervicogenic headache were randomized into two groups: experimental group and control group. The control group was given stretching exercises. The experimental group in addition to stretching performed cervical stabilization exercises. The intervention was followed 3 times a week for 4 weeks. Prior… CONTINUE READING
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