Headache pain and medication solutions

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Headache and migraine pain are common conditions with over 37 million sufferers in the United States alone. Some folks know when their pain started, such as an accident or sports injury. Others don’t.

Most headache patients look for help in the same places which include over-the-counter and prescription medications to get some relief which is temporary at best. Behavioral changes such as acupuncture, MRI, physical therapy, chiropractic, etc., are also recommended by physicians and specialists to decrease the frequency of headache episodes.

Headache Pain and the “Medicate First: Mind-set

Headache sufferers often try to manage their pain with over-the-counter drugs before they seek help from professionals. Most also change their behaviors to decrease frequency of headaches by avoiding triggers that they know start the headaches. But what happens when over-the-counter drugs don’t work? Usually they go to a physician for help in getting pain relief. However, most physicians rely on knowledge of drugs to get rid of headache pain symptoms because it is what they are familiar with.

And there is always the potential for medications to have serious side effects and create serious health risks.

There is a Better Way!

Surprisingly, for most headache and migraine pain patients there might be a way that doesn’t involve either drugs or surgery and one that works long term. At Heartfelt Headache Relief, we offer a non-invasive treatment protocol that has the potential for you to get long lasting relief, not just temporary relief. It starts with a proper diagnosis to find the real cause of the headaches so neuromuscular problems that might be the cause can be rehabilitated for the patient. Our focus at Heartfelt Headache Relief (www.HeartfeltHeadacheRelief.com) is on finding and treating the root causes of headache and migraine pain without drugs, needles, or surgery.

Reach out and give us a call at (208) 667-4551. Let us properly diagnose you at Heartfelt Headache Relief; let’s find the cause of your symptoms. This will probably be your first comprehensive examination for your symptoms and it could be your last! If you are found to be a candidate for the Heartfelt Headache Relief treatment, be prepared for a big change in your life!

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Dr. Donald Johnson founded Heartfelt Headache Relief in Coeur d’Alene to help patients stop their pain and live free with no limits! His office is at 114 W. Neider Ave., near Costco. The website for more information is www.HeartfeltHeadacheRelief.com and the office phone is (208) 667-4551. Schedule an appointment today!

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