While headaches are common after a long day at the office or a stressful life event, they aren't something you should have to live with indefinitely. Recurring headaches may also be a sign that something else is wrong.
Some headaches are caused by the misalignment of spinal bones (vertebrae) in the neck and upper back. Dr. Douglas Migitsch helps you discover whether this is the case during a FREE consultation, and works to help you relieve your pain.
WHAT TYPES OF HEADACHES CAN BE TREATED?
Tension headaches - Dull, steady pains or vice-like tightness on one or both sides of your head, often caused by muscle contractions from physical or mental stress.
Vascular headaches - Intense throbbing, stabbing pains caused when blood vessels supplying the scalp and brain rapidly dilate (includes cluster headaches and migraines).
Vertebrogenic headaches - Pain felt in the back, sides, or front of the head, and in the front of the face or neck that is created by problems of the vertebrae.