Occipital neuralgia, also known as C2 neuralgia or, rarely, Arnold's neuralgia, is
a medical condition characterized by chronic pain in the upper neck, back of the ...
The suboccipital muscles are prime contributors to headaches, migraines, eye
pain and stiff necks. It is often the cause of 'ghost headaches'.
May 13, 2016 ... Occipital neuralgia can cause intense pain that feels like a sharp, jabbing,
electric shock in the back of the head and neck. Other symptoms ...
Nov 21, 2014 ... Excess tension in the suboccipital muscles affects every muscle in the neck. It
can lead to headaches, neck pain, and upper back pain.
Aug 9, 2015 ... Neck pain, as well as headaches, can be associated with tight and constricted
suboccipital muscles. Mobilizing those tissues may help ...
If you are experiencing neck pain and pain in the back of your head that shoots to
the top of your head, you may be suffering from occipital neuralgia.
Suboccipital Group trigger point diagram, referred pain patterns, and related
medical symptoms. The Myofascial pain pattern has locations of pain shown in
Trigger points in muscles refer pain to other areas. The suboccipital muscle
trigger point refers pain from the back of the head toward the eye. It may feel like
May 28, 2010 ... Of the suboccipital musles, Rectus capitis posterior minor is particularly ... et al.
showed that subjects with chronic neck pain and rectus capitis ...
Dec 26, 2015 ... In occipital neuralgia, there are paroxysms of severe occipital pain, that often
resemble severe migraines. The pain may be so severe that blood ...