Category Archive: Headaches


Headaches can be a pain in the neck

Photo A - Upright desk posture

Guest Coauthor: Alexa Rzucidlo, SPT2 Alexa is a second year doctor of physical therapy student at Temple University (2019). She grew up locally in Factoryville, PA. She graduated from Lackawanna Trail High School and Temple University for her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology. Alexa plans to continue her clinical experience at Grand Junction VA in Colorado. …

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Preventing headaches in children: Part 2

Photo 1 - Chin Tuck

Prevention of Headaches Associated with Neck Pain in Children and Adolescents: Part 2 of 2 Last week, Kelley German, MD3, GCSOM guest author wrote about the causes of headaches in children and adolescents. This week, we will discuss two additional causes, more mechanical than medical, but common none-the-less: poor posture and stress. Neck pain and …

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Headaches in children, Part 1 of 2

Kelley German, MD3

Headaches in Children: Part 1 of 2 Special Feature “Health & Exercise Forum” with Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, the 3rd Monday of every month! Guest Columnist: Kelley German, MD3 Kelley German, MD3 is a third year medical student at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. She is originally from Pittsburgh, PA and graduated with a …

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