At Advanced Headache Center, our treatment plans are uniquely designed to treat the individual suffering from headaches.
We understand headache triggers and work with each patient to formulate a plan that will be unique to their condition.
Our headache doctors provide a comprehensive diagnostic work-up and review of health history prior to setting a treatment plan.
Many patients have seen a doctor in the past for their headache but have simply not found lasting relief.
Fortunately, our headache doctors are skilled in a multimodal approach to accurately diagnosing and treating your pain.
Migraine pain is a mild to severe throbbing headache that can last for a few hours to a few days and can occur a few times per month.
Patients who experience migraines are often sensitive to light, noise, smells and movement.
Migraines can also lead to various other symptoms including nausea, vomiting, dizziness and loss of appetite.
Some patients who experience migraines have certain triggers that can start an episode of migraines.
Tension headaches are the most common types of headaches and are associated with the muscles surrounding the head, neck and shoulders.
Muscle contractions, tightness or inflammation can cause tension headaches.
Cluster headaches are the least common form of headaches but can be the most severe.
Patients who experience cluster headaches often describe an intense throbbing or sharp pain behind the eyes.
Cluster headaches typically come in the form of an "attack" and can occur more than once a day during this attack.
Cluster headaches may go away for a period of time but often come back.
Chronic headaches are headaches that can last for days and get progressively worse, making them at times disabling.
Sometimes there may be headache free days, but if you find that you have a headache more days than not, these are often chronic headaches.
Primary chronic headaches can be attributed to tension, migraines, or other conditions