Your Headache Could be the Effect of Spinal Problems
Loud noises, lack of sleep, stress; these are all things that may cause you to experience an awful headache. Yet, other times, something as simple as chewing gum can cause a headache. Headaches can not only be a pain, but they also have the ability to ruin your day. Throbbing pain can make it hard to concentrate on anything else. If you are suffering from chronic headaches, the problem might be caused by a problem in your neck.
Your spine travels up and down your back all the way up to your head. The same problems that can cause chronic lower back pain, such as herniated or degenerative disc disease, can exist at the top of your spine, as well as at the bottom. It may be hard to pinpoint how you injured your upper spine. It may have been caused by an accident, injury, a rough game of sports, or just a lifetime of wear and tear.
If you suffer from neck pain, the pain could radiate across your shoulder and into your arm, through your forearm, and sometimes down to your hand. Headaches and neck pain are often symptoms of disc problems in your neck.
Temporary Pain Management
Common household pain relievers and rest may do the trick, at least for a while. You may experience some relief over a few weeks, but in many cases, the chronic neck pain just won’t go away. If you are only temporarily managing the neck pain, rather than permanently relieving it, perhaps it is time to try something new.
Non-Surgical Pain Relief that Lasts
First, get a thorough examination so you can determine the correct cause of your headaches. Only then can an expert tell what the treatment should be. Some treatments could cause more harm than good. Surgery, for example, often prescribed for herniated or degenerative discs, may only work for only a few years before the pain is back, and more surgery is prescribed. Even standard chiropractic care could make the problem worse. You really need to see a doctor who specializes in neck pain conditions, like Dr. Eipe Kurvila, MD, FRCA at the Denver Spine Institute in Lakewood, CO.
All Natural Neck Pain Relief in Lakewood, CO
After developing the DRS Protocol to help alleviate back pain without surgery or drugs, researchers believed that a similar treatment using DRS techniques might work as well for neck or cervical pain. Their hard work paid off with the development of DRS Cervical Protocol that are pain-free, drug-free, and best of all, non-surgical. One of only a handful of doctors in the US who have been trained to use the DRS Protocol is Dr. Eipe Kuruvila MD, FRCA of the Denver Spine Institute in Lakewood, CO.
Now, there’s no reason to suffer every day with headaches caused by disc problems in your neck. There is a solution. Contact the Denver Spine Institute at (303)456-4466 today to find out if you're a candidate for the DRS Protocol neck pain treatment.