Atlas Health Australia
The key to finding the right solution for head pain is in getting the right diagnosis. It is because there are so many causes of head pain, and yet so many of the treatments are simply directed at managing the symptoms. It’s cheap and easy to zip to the chemist to grab some painkillers, which might help. But is that something you really want to do for the rest of your life?
Or do you want to address the cause of your head pain? And ideally, Do you want to find a natural solution - something that actually works, and that doesn’t require medication or surgery? If you have gone down the common routes, you’ve probably Googled for things a “Brisbane head pain specialist” or “head pain treatment.” Maybe you have already tried a few things too, but haven’t really found anything that resonates with you.
If so, I want to share with you some valuable information that may be able to help you find a natural solution for your head pain problems. It’s not medication. It’s not physiotherapy or general chiropractic. It’s something called Blair Upper Cervical Care that looks at the relationship between the alignment of the top bones in your neck - the atlas (C1 vertebrae) and the axis (C2 vertebrae) - and how they can affect the health of your brain and body, leading to problems such as head pain.
First, we want to identify what “flavor” of head pain you are experiencing. There are many potential types of pain, and in order to find the best long-term solution, there are a few patterns that we want to help you identify.
Are you or a family member dealing with the challenges of post-concussion syndrome? How severely has it been disrupting your daily life? Your ability to concentrate? To focus? Even to think? What about your energy? Do you sleep? But perhaps most important of all, your mood? Since the injury, have you not been feeling yourself at all? And how has it shown up in your relationships with your spouse? Your children? Your friends? And your coworkers?
One of the most frustrating things about the post-concussion syndrome is that it takes so long to heal! And worse, it’s impossible to say exactly how long it may take. Some people seem to recover quickly. Others take so much longer. One way or another, if you’re feeling the frustration of just wanting to have your life back, you’re not alone. Have you googled “post-concussion specialist near me,” and want to make sure that you leave no step left unturned in your recovery? If so, you’ve probably been to neurologists and physiotherapists, who have prescribed you a series of exercises to assist with your post-concussion syndrome recovery.
But is there more that you can be doing at the same time? Let me ask you: since the injury, have you had any specific treatment for your neck? If you’re looking for natural, non-invasive solutions to help in your recovery we may be able to help you. Keep reading to find out more.
How are they affecting the quality of your life? Your work? Your recreation? Your relationships? How frustrating has it been looking for answers but not finding them? If you are like most people who experience migraines, you may have even given up hope that you’ll ever find a solution! You’ve been to everyone - doctors, specialists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, massage therapists, and acupuncturists - looking for answers, only to be disappointed.
You can always take more and stronger mediation, but you probably don’t want that either. Even if they do help, they only cover up the symptoms. And you’d prefer to get to the cause of your migraines in the first place! Even if you think you’ve already tried everything, there is a natural approach that probably has not tried that could be the key to finally experiencing relief from your migraines? Would you be interested? If so, let me explain the role of your upper neck in migraines, and how a unique form of healthcare may be able to help you.
Did you know that your brain doesn’t have any pain receptors? So why do your migraines so feel terrible like your brain is tearing itself apart? It’s because the connective tissue that protects your brain does. This connective tissue is called the meninges, and it contains a dense array of blood vessels and sensory nerve receptors. The reason this matter is because any kind of irritation to the meninges including emotional, chemical and physical stress can produce migraines.