Denver - Broomfield CO Migraine Treatment - Therapy

Type Migraine Therapy into your search engine and be amazed that there are over one MILLION responses! With that kind of PR, it seems strange that every 10 seconds, somebody goes to a hospital emergency room with a migraine headache. Some say that in at least 10% of the population or 1 in 4 homes there is someone who suffers from Migraine headaches. You will find articles and various treatments with which to educate yourself. If you know a migraine sufferer, learn how to help. If you suffer them yourself, you will be pleased to know you have someone on your side to help you deal with a specific Migraine Therapy. Call us and ask about the many Migraine Therapies available. There will be a treatment for you that will make you both happy.


Is it a Migrane?

Symptoms of different types of headaches:

Migraine

  • Mild or intense back pain
  • Affects 18% of women and 6% of men in the USA
  • Pulsing or throbbing pain
  • Sensitivity to light and noise
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Often on one side of the head
  • Lasts four hours to three days

Tension headache

  • "Vise-like" pressure or ache around the head; no throbbing
  • Tightness in the neck
  • Occurs in forehead, temples or back of the head and neck
  • Lasts 30 minutes to seven days

Cluster headache

  • Affects less than 1% of population mostly men
  • Also called suicide headache
  • Piercing pain on one side
  • Often accompanied by eye pain or watering, runny nose
  • Lasts 30 to 45 minutes and recurs in clusters in the same day
  • Can go on for weeks or months, then stop for months or years

Sinus headache

  • Pressure around the nose and cheeks and under the eyes
  • Usually accompanied by a fever and infection or allergies

Rebound headache

  • Result of overmedicating initial headache(s)

Organic headache

  • Rare, caused by brain tumor, aneurysm, hematoma, infection, hemorrhage or meningitis
  • Symptoms come on suddenly, including pain, lack of balance and behavioral changes