Headaches can be confusing. We can help sort it out and improve them.
Tension headaches generally are associated with muscle tightness in the neck and shoulders. They respond easily to over the counter pain relievers and stress reduction.
Sinus headaches need to have the underlying cause identified in order to effectively treat them.
Migraine headaches are more severe and often referred to as “sick headaches”. They are frequently one-sided, throbbing and make you sensitive to light. They are often associated with loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting. There are many potential triggers for migraines and identifying those triggers is key to reducing or eliminating migraine attacks. We can evaluate for the stress associated with migraines and have a high rate of success at reducing and even resolving the migraine attacks. Contact us to make an appointment!
“The worst headache of my life” – this type of headache can indicate a medical emergency from a brain aneurysm. It warrants immediate medical attention.