Role of Mobilization to Improve Cervicogenic HeadacheHafiz Naeem Ur Rasul, Atif Dustagir, Arshad Nawaz Malik.
Objective: To determine the effect of Mobilization (headache SNAG and Reverse headache SNAG) to treat
Study Design: Randomized control trial.
Place and Duration of Study: The study was conducted from 1st January to 30th July 2015 in Riphah
Rehabilitation Center, Riphah International University Lahore.
Materials and Methods: A sample of 42 patients with cervicogenic headache, 30-60year age were included
through non probability purposive sampling techniques and randomly divided into two groups (headache
SNAG and Reverse headache SNAG). The demographic data was recorded and informed consent was taken
from all participants. Eight weeks of treatment session was provided to both group and assessment of
improvement in cervicogenic headache was done at baseline, after 04, 06 and at the end of 8 week.
Results: The sample had 57 % male and 43% female distribution. Patients with acute cervicogenic headache
were 48% and chronic cervicogenic headache were 52%. The p value (p
Key words: Cervicogenic Headache, Mobilization, Pain, Quality of Life