Common Conditions

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  • Occipital Neuralgia
    A type of headache characterized by chronic pain in the back of the head and neck, base of the skull, or behind the eyes.
  • Migraine with Aura
    A headache that occurs after or along with an aura, which is a disturbance that can include flashes of light, blind spots, or distorted vision.
  • Migraine without Aura
    The most common type of migraine headache, also known as common migraine, which is unaccompanied by an aura, or early symptoms.
  • New Daily Persistent Headache
    A chronic daily headache that develops in an individual who has no prior history of headaches.
  • Cluster Headaches
    A type of severe headache that tends to recur over a period of several weeks and in which the pain is usually limited to one side of the head.
  • Post-traumatic Headaches
    A headache which occurs after a trauma or injury to the head and neck, commonly resembling a migraine.
  • Sinus Headaches
    A headache which can be caused by a build-up of pressure in your sinus due to sinus congestion and inflammation, called sinusitis.
  • Tension Headaches
    Head pain caused by muscle tightening and contraction in the head and neck. It is the most common type of headache.
  • TMJ Headaches
    Headaches caused by problems with the jaw, jaw joints, and surrounding muscles. Other causes could include stress or arthritis in the joint.

Symptoms

Chronic migraine or headache is defined as experiencing migraine pain 10-15 or more days per month. Migraine triggers and symptoms vary widely from individual to individual, but many migraine sufferers experience one or more of the following: