Treatment Options for Headaches and Migraines

Headache Treatment Options

Headaches are a common condition causing pain in the head, scalp, or neck. They can vary from mild to severe and can have many different causes. Headaches are typically categorized as primary or secondary. Primary headaches are caused by an underlying process in the brain, such as tension headaches or migraine. Secondary headaches are caused by an underlying medical condition such as sinusitis or degenerative changes in the cervical spine. Our team of practitioners evaluate patients to determine the type and cause of headaches then recommend an appropriate treatment plan to resolve the condition.

Headaches and migraines have been treated effectively using acupuncture by helping relieve tension. With regular treatment, you can experience fewer headaches as your stress level are naturally reduced.

Chiropractic treatment is effective in treating migraine and tension headaches. Our team can assess, diagnose, and help you manage your headaches.

If you suffer headaches and migraines, massage can also help by relieving your pain, body tension, and increasing blood circulation.

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Headache FAQs

Physiotherapy can help with headaches and migraines by using manual therapy, exercise therapy, and education on posture and stress management to reduce their frequency and intensity. Physiotherapists can also address underlying physical conditions that may be contributing to headaches or migraines. However, it may not work for everyone and it’s best to consult with a doctor for the best treatment plan.

Physiotherapy can help reduce stress and anxiety through exercise, addressing physical conditions, and relaxation techniques. It is a complementary treatment to mental health care, but not a substitute. Consult with a mental health professional if experiencing symptoms of stress and anxiety.

Yes, it is usually necessary to make an appointment for massage therapy. We operate on a schedule and appointment-based system, so booking in advance ensures you can get the date, time, and therapist that you prefer. It’s best to call or check online for scheduling and availability and to arrive on time for your appointment to ensure an entire session.

The price of a massage depends on the length of the appointment needed. At Human Integrated Performace our prices are: 30 min: $70
45 min: $85
60 min: $100
75min: $120
90 min $145
120 min: $175

Some side effects can happen when you get a massage. Usually, people feel sore, bruised, or tired afterward. But sometimes people faint, feel dizzy or have pain where they were massaged. If any of these things happen during your massage, stop the massage and tell your massage therapist right away.

Chiropractors treat a wide range of injuries and complications, such as scoliosis, low back pain, sprains, strains, myofascial trigger points, joint instability, joint pains, headaches, cluster headaches, cervicogenic headaches, tension headaches, migraines, vertigo, muscle spasms, etc. and in some cases, they can help reduce the symptoms of MS.

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