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occipital neuralgia

Upper Cervical Chiropractic help for Occipital Neuralgia

Where does it come from? What causes it? And what can be done for it? Occipital neuralgia is a pain, often sharp, stabbing pain in usually the back of the head that can even radiate up the back of the scalp, and it is triggered by the occipital nerve, one of the three branches of the occipital nerve, sometimes even all three, which comes out right underneath the skull and goes back up into the back of the head, the scalp area

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Chiropractic Treatment Occipital Neuralgia

Now, what exactly is Occipital Neuralgia? It is nerve pain at the level of the occiput. Where is the occiput? The occiput is right at the very base of your head, the very base of your skull, and it's the bottom part that sits on top of the neck and the upper two bones in the neck. 

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