Tension Headaches, Migraine Headaches, Cervicogenic Headaches, Whiplash, Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction, Concussions
Two-thirds of the population will suffer from headaches. 15%-20% of headaches can be attributed to vascular origins; the remaining are attributed to a wide variety of other causes, including tension, posture, hormones, psychological factors, and trauma (concussion/whiplash).
Why Motion Stability?
For those who experience chronic headaches, you know how much they can debilitate you from simply living your normal life. There are many types of headaches that exist and derive for different reasons. At Motion Stability, we take a comprehensive approach to help you understand the factors related to your musculoskeletal system and how it can contribute to your headaches. Sometimes your musculoskeletal system, such as tension or trigger points in your muscles, joint restrictions or poor muscle control and posture can be the main drivers to your headaches. Sometimes, those factors can be secondary factors related to your headaches that need to be addressed along with other health care interventions. Either way, it is important for a person with chronic headaches to address as many factors as possible to help reduce the things that provoke your headaches. At Motion Stability, we will provide you a comprehensive approach to reduce these stressors, so your headaches no longer plague you.
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