While some might point to a picky boss or overly curious neighbor as the reason for their Headaches, the underlying causes could include:
Migraines differ from other Headaches in the nature of the pain and duration of symptoms. Typically occurring as a deep throbbing pain on one side of the head, Migraines can last for hours to days and may require retreat to a dark, quiet room due to accompanying light and sound sensitivity. Some patients experience blurry vision or pulsating light in their visual field during or before a Migraine. The specialists at South Lake Medical Center can develop a treatment plan to help you overcome these often debilitating Headaches.
To get to the root cause of your Neck Pain or Headaches, the pain specialists at South Lake Medical Center will do a thorough physical exam and interview you carefully regarding the timing, length, and type of headache pain you experience. Throbbing pain with nausea might identify Migraines caused by spinal misalignment and nerve impingement. A dull, constant pain may signal Headaches as a result of increased tension in the neck, shoulders, and upper back muscles. You can help with identifying the causes by keeping a Neck Pain and headache journal.
Once the cause of the pain is identified, the doctors at South Lake Medical Center, Inc. will develop a treatment plan designed to relieve your discomfort and treat the underlying issue. Treatments vary and may include:
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