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Cervicogenic Headache

Autoimmune Diseases | Last Active: Jul 10, 2018 | Replies (13)

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Thanks, Shelly. I appreciated the video and I think it will be informative to others as well.

Please remember that not all pain clinics are pushing opioids. It really might be helpful to just listen to what they have to say. I really do agree, though, that Physical Therapy, Tai-Chi, and other exercises are the best idea, though.

What sort of exercises do you do on a regular basis to improve your range of motion, etc.? I always like to compare notes with others who are pill-aversive!

Teresa

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I am a pool junky. I feel free in it! Well almost. I have a constant grinding noise with movement that I don't push very hard. Just got my right shoulder to almost form a swim stroke. But walking in the pool has improved my balance. God bless

@helloshelly7969 Yes, pool walking is great – I like it as well. Teresa

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