Hello, I'm from Australia, and really hope that you are all safe! I had a neck strain over two year ago from hitting my head against a wall which caused a neck strain on my right side with a headache. I tried conservative treatment (pain relief medication and gentle neck stretching) for 6-8 weeks after the injury and still felt the tension so went to see a chiropractor to try and resolve it. I had a neck adjustment during the first session, felt very tired afterwards, and went home to sleep. I do recall the adjustment being quite aggressive. The next day I woke up with a severe headache, feeling nausea, irritable, and feeling off centre. I was fighting the symptoms for the entire day, and then went to sleep at night time. I woke up throughout the night to my ears ringing. Since then I suffer from severe headaches and migraines especially when in specific positions or performing or at least trying to perform exercise or sudden fast movements. The neck tension is still there and feel like I'm getting used to the pain instead of it being gone which is quite sad. My tinnitus continues and my headaches/migraines end up with pain settling around my forehead and my eyes (maybe more so left eye). I would like to ask whether these symptoms could be linked to TMS and if this can be reversed. Is TMS also synonymous with Central Sensitisation? One thing I can't shake is that it must be related to some form of damage based on the symptoms after the neck adjustment. To me symptoms = damage, and I believe that I have a condition that may be whiplash/concussion/mTBI, cervogenical instability, or CSF link/Inter-cranial tension. The symptoms have been continuing for the last two years. My Cervical MRI found subtle disc degeneration and bulging but nothing out of the ordinary for someone in my age group in my late thirties. My doctor has diagnosed me with cervical radiculopathy, and my physiotherapist believes I have central sensitisation. I've been on a specific program with the physio for about 4-5 months and I wish some of the more severe symptoms would have disappeared by now to prove to me that it's TMS/Central Sensitisation (tinntus, neck tension/pain, headache/migraine when doing something intensive or when in specific positions such as reading on a bed, laying on a bed suddently, cleaning a low cupboard for example and reaching into the cupboard, lifting something heavy). I've seen ENTs, Audiologists, several doctors, and I'm now planning to see a vastibular neurologist. What are your thoughts on what tests I should ask, and do you think this may be related to TMS and fixable? Thanks for listening.