Sure I do, so does just about anyone else with arthritis in their neck. Mine is because the muscles in my neck do not relax - after 15+ years it's a lost cause to try, I suspect.
At the very least, those headaches are easier to relieve - heating pad or ice, a muscle relaxer if bad enough, or having DH rub my neck some, and taking acetaminophen + a relafen (NSAID).
Though I've had to stop taking the flexeril - a very good muscle relaxer if you can tolerate it. It works by increasing norepinephrine release that relaxes smooth muscle - including that in blood vessels... and leaves me stumbling and falling like a drunk because my blood pressure falls more then I can handle. Skelaxin is next to useless...
If your doctor is nice, ask about samples.
How is your bed and what type of pillow do you use? It might be worth looking around for something that supports your neck better. I use a contour memory foam type.
It wouldn't hurt to have some blood work done, if your doctor is willing to order it.