Getting to the cause of painHands on approach tomusculoskeletal problems andconditions, using soft tissuetechniques and ho...
RED FLAGSSTIFF NECK & FEVERNUMBNESS & WEAKNESSALTERED VISIONCONFUSION, CONVULSIONS, ORLOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESSANY HEAD I...
When is a Migraine, not     a Migraine
TENSION HEADACHE * Constant pain; not throbbing * aching at temples* back of head and neck may alsoexperience pain or pres...
MIGRAINE
CLUSTER HEADACHE
Research has found that irritated or inflamed nerves in the neck can refer pain into the face and     scalp causing headac...
Nerve can be irritated by
Occipital Neuralgia
CERVICOGENIC HEADACHE
SINUS HEADACHDeep & constant pain in cheekbones, forehead bridge of noseIntensifies with sudden movement or strainingAc...
Dental problems
Headache & theMusculoskeletal System
FACTORSCONTRUBATION TOMUSCULOSKELETAL   HEADACHE
Poor Posture , Bad Habits    and   STRESS
Trauma Falls and Sport Accidents
Whiplash strained and torn musclesand sprained ligaments
Painful trigger points Build up of chemicals & other wasteproducts lead to active trigger points.
Trigger points of the Upper  back neck and face can  refer pain into the head     causing headache
When we are under stresswe commonly tense themuscles of the shoulders,upper back, neck & face
MOVE IN THEDIRECTION OF DAVE PYNE
Discover !Understand ! Avoid YourMigraine Triggers
Treatment OptionsHeadaches caused by problems of the the  musculoskeletal system tend to easeonce the underlying disorder ...
MIGRAINE NUGGETSAPPLY ICE PACK TO BACK OF HEADSTRONG PRESSURE APPLIED TO SCALPBREATHING PURE OXYGEN AT THE START OFSYMPTOM...
QUOTE OF THE DAYIF YOU ALWAYS DOWHAT YOU ALWAYSDIDYOU,LL ALWAYS GETWHAT YOU ALWAYSGOT
Physical Therapy and Migraine
Physical Therapy and Migraine
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Physical Therapist, Dave Pyne outlines the various types of headache disorder – with specific emphasis on headaches caused by the musculoskeletal system. Click on the audio symbol to hear his presentation (duration 20 minutes approx).

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  1. 1. Getting to the cause of painHands on approach tomusculoskeletal problems andconditions, using soft tissuetechniques and honed palpatoryskills, complemented usingTrigger Point Dry Needling, UltraSound and Electro Therapies
  2. 2. RED FLAGSSTIFF NECK & FEVERNUMBNESS & WEAKNESSALTERED VISIONCONFUSION, CONVULSIONS, ORLOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESSANY HEAD INJURYSUDDEN ON SET OF PAINPAIN THAT WON’T GO AWAY ORPAIN THAT’S WORSE THAN YOU FELTBEFORE
  3. 3. When is a Migraine, not a Migraine
  4. 4. TENSION HEADACHE * Constant pain; not throbbing * aching at temples* back of head and neck may alsoexperience pain or pressure * pain or pressure is felt on both sides of the head* mild to moderate pain* possible sensitivity to light and sound* often experienced at time of stress* recurring, especially during stress filled periods* duration 30 minutes to several days
  5. 5. MIGRAINE
  6. 6. CLUSTER HEADACHE
  7. 7. Research has found that irritated or inflamed nerves in the neck can refer pain into the face and scalp causing headache.
  8. 8. Nerve can be irritated by
  9. 9. Occipital Neuralgia
  10. 10. CERVICOGENIC HEADACHE
  11. 11. SINUS HEADACHDeep & constant pain in cheekbones, forehead bridge of noseIntensifies with sudden movement or strainingAccompanied by nasal discharge, fullness in ears and fever
  12. 12. Dental problems
  13. 13. Headache & theMusculoskeletal System
  14. 14. FACTORSCONTRUBATION TOMUSCULOSKELETAL HEADACHE
  15. 15. Poor Posture , Bad Habits and STRESS
  16. 16. Trauma Falls and Sport Accidents
  17. 17. Whiplash strained and torn musclesand sprained ligaments
  18. 18. Painful trigger points Build up of chemicals & other wasteproducts lead to active trigger points.
  19. 19. Trigger points of the Upper back neck and face can refer pain into the head causing headache
  20. 20. When we are under stresswe commonly tense themuscles of the shoulders,upper back, neck & face
  21. 21. MOVE IN THEDIRECTION OF DAVE PYNE
  22. 22. Discover !Understand ! Avoid YourMigraine Triggers
  23. 23. Treatment OptionsHeadaches caused by problems of the the musculoskeletal system tend to easeonce the underlying disorder is addressed Important to get more professional advice. Chronic headache tends to have more than one contributing factor
  24. 24. MIGRAINE NUGGETSAPPLY ICE PACK TO BACK OF HEADSTRONG PRESSURE APPLIED TO SCALPBREATHING PURE OXYGEN AT THE START OFSYMPTOMSBREATHING EXERCISES
  25. 25. QUOTE OF THE DAYIF YOU ALWAYS DOWHAT YOU ALWAYSDIDYOU,LL ALWAYS GETWHAT YOU ALWAYSGOT

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