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Head and Neck

Tension Headache

This common type of headache gives you a constant ache or pressure around the head specifically at the temples or back of the head and neck. Tension headache is often caused by stress and/or lack of sleep and typically fades overnight.

Migraine Headache

This type of headache can last from several hours to a couple days and tends to affect only one side of the brain. The individual who suffers from this experiences a throbbing pain on one side of the head.The symptoms are usually marked by sensitivity to sound and light and may induce nausea in some cases.

Cluster Headache

Those who suffer from cluster headache are characterized as being unable to get comfortable and are restless, the headache is described as a severe, debilitating pain on one side of the head often accompanied by watery eyes and a nasal congestion. This type of headache affects men more than women.

Thunderclap Headache

This type of headache can be caused by aneurysm, stroke or meningitis. Its name comes from a very severe pain similar to being deafened by a thunderclap, it can peak within 60 seconds and start fading in a couple of hours.

Axial Neck pain

Axial neck pain can be caused from different conditions from muscular or ligamentous factors and joint pain.


Symptoms include neck pain with arm and/or leg weakness, numbness or walking problems. Myelopathy is a neurologic deficit in the spinal cord and is due to compression of the spinal cord either by trauma or inflammation.


This refers to a set of conditions where one or more nerves are affected and do not work properly resulting in pain, weakness, numbness or difficulty controlling specific muscles.