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Stop Headaches Before They Start

Written By Health Matters on October 16, 2019

Woman with a headache Nearly half of all adults across the globe will suffer a headache in any given year. These common pains can keep you from completing tasks, participating activities and enjoying time with friends and family.

While no two headaches are quite the same, there is a headache treatment that might help alleviate the episodes and improve your quality of life. If you are one of the many adults who suffer, read on for a solution.

Common Reasons Behind Headaches

Headaches can be categorized as both primary and secondary. Primary headaches, such as migraines and cluster headaches, can be directly attributed to an underlying issue in the brain. Secondary headaches are due to an underlying medical condition, such as:

  • Brain aneurysm or tumor

  • Illnesses like meningitis, sinusitis, and influenza

  • Trauma to the brain, such as a concussion

  • Medication overuse

  • Muscle tension in the neck and shoulders

One of the most common causes of secondary headaches is muscle tension. This is where headache treatment by Dr. Bulmash at Health Matters in Alpharetta can be particularly helpful.

Preventative Headache Treatment in Alpharetta

Sometimes the best way to treat a headache is to stop it before it starts. Prevention can be challenging when we spend so much time looking down at phones and computer screens today. However, Dr. Bulmash has a systematic approach to address tension caused by these activities and others that affect posture and the musculoskeletal system in general.

His torque reset technique locates and treats all areas of tension to optimize the biomechanics of the upper spine and neck for maximum benefit. Through careful identification and treatment of all areas of soft tissue constriction, he can restore mobility and reduce the incidence of tension-related headaches.

If persistent headaches are getting in the way of your life, Dr. Bulmash can help with his revolutionary headache treatment. Contact Health Matters today at 770-740-8228 to find out if chiropractic care is the right choice for you.


Posted In: Chiropractic Headache Treatment