If you have a TMJ Headache - Myofascial Pain should be on your radar! Problems with the Temporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ) cause pain in the face and head. In addition, TMJ disorders (TMJD) can cause myofascial problems AND [...]
The sudden pain of cluster headaches is one of the worst pains we can have. With intense pain on one side of your head, nausea, vertigo and other symptoms, it seems like a migraine. Mercifully, they don't [...]
Myofascial Trigger Point referrals from muscles in the neck can cause Cervicogenic Headache Symptoms are similar to tension headaches and migraines. However, cervicogenic headaches often begin in muscles in the upper neck. If you have cervicogenic headache [...]
Doctors say we don't know what causes them. However, we know that myofascial trigger points cause the pain patterns and other symptoms of chronic tension headache. They also contribute to migraines. So, if you have recurring headaches that just don't go away, we can help!
Head and neck pain, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, sound and smells, fatigue and irritability... These are just some of the symptoms of migraine headache. Myofascial trigger point therapy can help!