Headaches are very complicated ailments, and they can often be traced to areas besides the head. (Surprisingly, a person’s back can be the source of headaches in some situations.) First of all, it is important that we determine the type of headache a patient is encountering.
There are three types of headaches that we typically see here in our clinic:
Tension Headache – Tension headaches have an underlying muscular issue. There is tightness somewhere in the fascia on the back of the skull, in the neck, or somewhere else.