A condition in which the nerves, called the occipital nerves, which provide sensation to the scalp and some of the face, and carry signals to some of muscles in the face, are inflamed or injured, causing pain to be felt in the back of the head and neck, and sometimes around or behind the eye.
A specialist health professional who offers practical support and advice on everyday skills and activities, for example, using equipment at home.
Inflammation of the nerves that connect to the eyes from the brain. Optic neuritis can occur as a result of infections or autoimmune conditions, and is associated with multiple sclerosis.
Osteoarthritis is a condition that affects the joints in the body, causing them to become painful and stiff, and it is the most common form of arthritis.
An osteoma is a type of growth that is made of bone. It is sometimes referred to as a form of tumour.
A condition that causes the structure of bones to become weaker and more susceptible to fractures.