Headaches that come on quickly and rapidly get worse are referred to as acute headaches, classified by either primary or secondary. While primary headaches originate from disturbances in structures within the head or neck, secondary headaches are associated with medical conditions elsewhere in the body.
In general, the cause of the pain associated with headaches is not dangerous and patients who are experiencing an acute headache are not at a serious risk. However, it is important that you monitor your headache symptoms closely and consult with your doctor to rule out any underlying serious conditions that may be present.
Determining the source of the headache is essential in order to provide appropriate care. While some headache conditions are not serious, there are more critical causes of headaches that require urgent medical attention. Due to the fact that there are numerous treatment options for headaches, it is best to speak to your doctor about your headache pain in order to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for your condition.
- Active Release Techniques
- Acute, Chronic, and Advanced Outpatient Therapy
- Botox (For Headaches)
- Complementary and Alternative Medicines
- Intra-Articular Peripheral Joint Injections
- Joint Mobilization
- Manual Therapy
- Mechanical Traction
- Myofascial Release
- Sympathetic Treatment System for Chronic Pain & Migraines