These type of headaches may be musculoskeletal or arthritic in origin. Cervicogenic headaches may also present with similar headaches. Cervicogenic headaches are secondary to a spine disorder .Sometimes postural problems and positional problems may also lead to this. I suggest that you have a complete physical examination .Both neurologic examinations and range of motion examination are important here. Other differentials may be a tension headache. Migraine headaches are usually associated with a one sided throbbing headache which may be associated with vomiting and nausea.
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