So what is Fascia? A web of connective tissue that connects to muscles, tendons, ligaments and the skin. Your local chiropractor, Dr Ferreira tells us more.
In the last part of our series - Muscles causing headaches - are we looking at the group of muscles named the Suboccipital muscles.
Splenius muscles can cause headaches. This muscle typically refers pain the top of the head and is something chiropractors see in headache patients.
The Levator Scapulae is one of muscles that causes headaches. It is one of the less common muscles but still very important.
We will look at how the SCM -Sternocleidomastoid muscle can cause a headache and how a chiropractor can treat this relevant muscle.
Trapezius Muscles that cause Headaches The Trapezius muscle is one of the most treated muscles in my chiropractic practice.
In the previous series of blog we discussed all kinds of headaches. The next blog series is about the muscles causing types of headaches.
Tension headaches are very common and it feels like your head is in a vice or a tight band is around your head. Contact Dr Gert Ferreira for more info.
Migraines are recurring head pain due to changes in the vasculature (blood flow) of the neck and brain. Contact Dr. Gert Ferreira for treatment information.
A cluster headache can be defined by recurrent brief attacks of sudden, severe head pain lasting 4-8 weeks. Contact Dr. Gert Ferreira for more information.
Cervicogenic Headaches explained by a Chiropractor. a cervicogenic headache can be defined as head pain that originate from the cervical spine (neck).
Dr Gert Ferreira, Chiropractor in Centurion, will be discussing different types of headaches that the adult will experience sometime in their life.