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15300 N 90th St #950
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Chiropractic Headache & Migraine Treatment in Scottsdale

Headache And Migraine Pain Treatments

The Office of Scottsdale Chiropractor, Dr. Steve Hruby, D.C.

Headache & Migraine Pain

Headaches and migraines can cause debilitating pain and discomfort, and the specific nature of the pain can vary depending on various factors, such as the type and cause of the headache or migraine. There are several distinct categories of headaches and migraines, each with its own unique characteristics.

Dr. Steve Hruby Discusses Headache and Migraine Causes and Treatment

Headaches and migraines can present in different forms, and the specific characteristics of the pain can vary based on factors such as the type of headache or migraine and the underlying cause.

Tension Headaches: Tension headaches are the most common type of headache and are characterized by a dull, aching pain, often described as a tight band around the head. They are typically caused by muscle tension or stress.

Migraines: Migraines are a type of severe headache that is usually accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine pain is often described as throbbing or pulsating and may be localized to one side of the head.

Cluster Headaches: Cluster headaches are characterized by sudden, severe pain on one side of the head, often around the eye. They tend to occur in clusters, with multiple episodes happening over a period of weeks or months, followed by a period of remission.

Sinus Headaches: Sinus headaches are associated with pain and pressure in the face and forehead, and they often occur in conjunction with sinusitis or sinus infection. They may be accompanied by nasal congestion and a feeling of fullness in the ears.

Cervicogenic Headaches: Cervicogenic headaches are headaches that originate from the neck and are caused by issues with the cervical spine or surrounding structures. The pain is typically felt at the back of the head and may radiate to the front.

The Common Forms Of Headache & Migraine Pain

Tension Headache

Tension Headache Pain

Headaches that are produced by tension in the muscles of the head and neck are by far the most frequent form of headache. Tension headaches are the most prevalent type of headache. Tension headaches can be caused by a number of factors, including exhaustion, stress, and even bad posture.
Migraine Pain

Migraine Pain

Migraines are a form of headache that are characterized by strong, throbbing pain, and the pain is typically localized to one side of the head. Migraines can also cause nausea and vomiting. Other symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound, may also be present in addition to these signs and symptoms. It is not known exactly what causes migraines, but some things, like stress or lack of sleep, can cause a headache. Other things, like certain food or drink can also cause a headache.
Sinus Headache Pain

Sinus Headache Pain

Headaches produced by sinuses are brought on by inflammation in the sinuses, which are air-filled chambers in the face and head. Sinus headaches are caused by inflammation in the sinuses. They may be accompanied by symptoms such as stuffy or runny nose, discomfort in the forehead, cheeks, or bridge of the nose, and nasal congestion.
Cluster Headache Pain

Cluster Headache Pain

Cluster headaches are a specific type of headache. They usually only cause pain on one side of the head, usually around the eye. They usually happen in cycles, often called "clusters". Other symptoms may also be present, such as a runny nose and redness in the eye.
Headache And Migraine Pain

Exertional Headache Pain

Headaches that are brought on by exercise are known as "exertional headaches," and they are a specific type of headache. It is possible that they are brought on by a rapid increase in the flow of blood to the head and neck.
Caffeine Withdrawal Headache Pain

Caffeine Withdrawal Headache Pain

If you routinely drink caffeine and then suddenly quit, you may have withdrawal symptoms such as headaches. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant.
Dehydration Headache Pain

Dehydration Headache Pain

Headaches and migraines are both symptoms of dehydration, which occurs when the body does not receive enough fluids.
Hormonal Changes Headache Pain

Hormonal Changes Headache Pain

Because of the changes in hormone levels during pregnancy, the menopause, and certain periods of the menstrual cycle, migraines and headaches may become more common at these times.


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