Have you checked your jaw lately?
I recently dealt with an interesting case of a patient suffering from neck pain plus headaches and teeth grinding.
Pain in the neck?
As an Osteopath, I see many patients presenting with neck pain, normally originating from the base of the head or shoulderblades. Such was the case of patient Nick L. who came to see me for a neck pain last week. On closer inspection after a few tests a sub-acromial impingement was discovered. This is when the tendon of one of the shoulder muscles (Supraspinatus) - whose job is to elevate the arm out sideways and to the front - gets trapped under the joint between the collar