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Headaches are described as pain being experienced anywhere in the region of the head and neck. At one time or another most people have experienced a headache. For some of us, headaches come and go but for others they can more persistent and debilitating.

 

The intensity, location and type of headaches people experience vary considerably. They may include migraines, tension and cluster headaches which can be the result of muscular tightness and imbalance of the muscles of the head, neck and shoulders.  Osteopathic treatment may help reduce the frequency and intensity of these forms of headaches.

 

Some headaches can be considerably more serious as they may indicate the presence of potentially dangerous underlying diseases or condition that could require urgent diagnosis and/or specialised medical treatment. Osteopaths are trained to recognise warning signs or symptoms  and identify when it is appropriate to refer individuals for further specialist diagnostic assessment.

  

Osteopaths are trained to recognise warning signs or symptoms

 

 

I’ve been extensively trained in how to recognize the symptoms and treat them if its safe to do so. so give me a call on 02 9906 4938 and don’t put up with the symptoms of head or neck pain.