A 2010 study showed that neck pain is more common as a symptom of Migraine than nausea.2 (See Neck Pain as a Migraine Symptom.) Now researchers are finding that when a Migraineur has neck pain, Migraine treatment is often delayed.1
"This study will examine whether presence of neck pain is associated with a delay in Migraine treatment. Background: We have previously shown that neck pain is exceedingly common in Migraine. We have further shown that...