Where will you be when your next migraine or tension headache strikes? In the line at the grocery store? On the drive to pick up your kids?

If you suffer from tension headaches or migraines, you know that the pain doesn’t wait for a convenient time to appear. When it comes, it usually causes you to break plans or abandon work and family responsibilities.

Pain medications can only do so much to alleviate your head pain. And the threat of rebound migraines caused by long-term medication use is enough to keep you away from taking them.

What’s Causing My Migraines?

Headaches are a common condition and generally don’t specify serious illness. They can result from various environmental, physical, or social issues, including:

  • Stress or Anxiety
  • TMJ Pain
  • Head Trauma
  • Neck Strain
  • Poor Sleep
  • Chronic Pain Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Posture
  • Hormone Imbalance
  • Obesity
At Atlanta Medical Clinic, we offer an effective, non-surgical treatment for tension headaches, cluster headaches, and migraine pain relief that uses a nerve block and advanced physical therapy.

If you have tension headaches, cluster headaches, or migraines, you may be a candidate for this breakthrough treatment program.

What Treatments Do You Offer?

To adequately treat a headache, you need to know exactly what’s causing it. Our physicians are experts at discovering the physical and biological factors that cause chronic migraines and headaches.

We use advanced techniques to rehabilitate stressed and weakened muscle groups that contribute to head pain. Treatments include:

  • Chiropractic care, including spinal adjustments to help relieve pressure on the nerves
  • Physical therapy to correct the musculoskeletal issues that can cause headaches
  • Spinal decompression, a gentle method of relieving spinal nerve pressure
  • Occipital nerve block, an injection that may reduce swelling and inflammation around the occipital nerves
  • SPG nerve block, a needle-less procedure that delivers pain-relieving medication to a collection of nerves deep in your nasal cavity
We’ll also work with you to figure out the physical and emotional triggers that bring on your headaches so that you can avoid them.

Why Does It Work?

The treatments are complementary. For example, the nerve block calms your nervous system, allowing the other treatments (such as physical therapy) to work more effectively.

Our holistic approach will also increase your ability to notice the external factors that cause your migraine episodes. You’ll learn how to react to the external factors and avoid the onset of a headache or migraine … resulting in no more head pain!

What’s The Difference Between Tension Headache, Cluster Headache and a Migraine?

Tension Headaches are the most common type of headache. The pain is a dull pressure or tightness at both sides of the head and sometimes neck.

Cluster Headaches affect more men than women. The pain occurs on one side of the head, usually around or behind the eye, and is severe and debilitating. The pain is often accompanied by watery eyes and a runny nose on the same side of the face as the pain.

Migraine Headaches consist of moderate to severe throbbing pain that interferes with routine activity. Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light, sound, and smell.

Whether you are experiencing a tension headache, cluster headache, or a migraine, our clinic can help you find long-lasting pain relief. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

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