In America, nine out of ten individuals say they suffer from some form of headache or migraine. Though expressed to be quite common, you are considered a chronic headache sufferer, if you experience more than two headaches a year. For some, headaches and migraines can be debilitating to ones quality of life, and overall daily experiences.

What are headaches and migraines?

Headaches and migraines are common neurological conditions characterized by pain or discomfort in the head or neck area. While headaches can vary in intensity and duration, migraines are typically more severe and often accompanied by additional symptoms, such as nausea, weakness, or light sensitivity.

Tension-Type Headaches: The Most common type, often described as a dull, aching pain or pressure around the head or neck. Stress, muscle tension, and poor posture can trigger tension-type headaches.

Cluster Headaches: Intensely painful headaches that occur in clusters, often around the eye or temple. They can last from weeks to months and then subside for a period of time before recurring.

Sinus Headaches: Associated with sinus congestion and inflammation. Pain is typically in the forehead, cheeks, and nose areas.

Migraine characteristics:

Intense, throbbing pain, often on one side of the head.

Nausea, vomiting, and heightened sensitivity to light (photophobia), sound (phonophobia), or smells (osmophobia).

Visual disturbances may occur before or during the migraine, such as flashing lights or blind spots.

For individuals experiencing frequent or severe headaches or migraines, consulting a healthcare professional is crucial to determine the appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan tailored to your specific condition.


-Chiropractic Care

-Physical Therapy

-Massage Therapy

-Trigger Point Injections