Right Headache Eye Pain Right Eye Pain (Straight Neck)
Q: I’m a man in my mid-20s. I’ve had a headache in my right head and eye pain since a few days ago (right eye pain).
I visited a neurosurgeon and they said it was because of my throat. As a result of X-ray, my neck was straight neck.
The doctor recommended a two-month treatment (the first month is the neck, then the waist), saying that if the symptoms get worse, you may have a headache, neck disc, and back disc.
Acupuncture and physical therapy (towage, hot packs, electrical therapy) are performed for a week, and if it doesn’t work, neurological treatment is performed. Is the symptoms of a headache really related to your neck?
I’m still a student, so I keep lowering my head except for sleeping time. These days, my back and throat hurt even if I study a little bit. I can’t even concentrate. Is it okay to get treatment while studying?
A: Your doctor seems to have diagnosed you with neck disc pain. Neck disc is characterized by pain from the back of the neck, shoulders, arms, and hands, but if the symptoms are above, it can be accompanied by pain in the ears and head (laryngeal, lateral, forehead). It’s hard to bend your neck back, and if the pain gets worse when you turn your neck to the right, it’s likely to be neck disc.
If the headache and eye pain continue even if treated for more than two weeks, it may be accompanied by other causes and should be examined closely 복합기임대
It is important to maintain a proper posture and exercise regularly. When you study, you need to get up every hour, turn your neck, walk, and stretch. It’s also a good way to study using a reading table so that you don’t bow your head too much.