If headache relief is always elusive, you need more than just ordinary over-the-counter solutions or home remedies. At Wellness and Surgery, board-certified neurologist Michelle Molina, MD, expert physician Jonathan Arad, MD, and the dedicated team offer both diagnosis and personalized treatment at their office in Ardsley, New York, and several offices in New York and New Jersey. Call the office or click the online appointment maker to arrange your visit now.
There are more than 150 types of headaches. Some of the most common headache types include:
Tension headaches usually start slowly, causing dull pain on both sides of your head. Some people also have pain in their neck and in the back part of the skull.
Migraine headaches cause throbbing pain, and they may also cause nausea, vomiting, light sensitivity, and other issues. This type of headache can last for hours or even days in some cases.
Cluster headaches usually start suddenly and cause severe pain behind one eye. This type of headache happens in cluster periods. You’ll commonly have headaches daily for several weeks or longer, followed by periods with no headaches.
Some headaches can share symptoms. For example, migraines and cluster headaches can have similar symptoms, so you need a professional diagnosis to find out what you’re dealing with.
There are a number of signs that it’s time to seek headache relief at Wellness and Surgery, including:
Everyone has a headache at some point — but if headaches are a long-standing problem or a sudden severe issue, they’re not harmless minor headaches. Don’t wait to see a board-certified neurologist at Wellness and Surgery to find solutions.
There’s a very long list of headache treatments available today, and your specific treatment depends on the kind of headache, your overall health, and other aspects of your situation.
Wellness and Surgery offers a variety of on-site treatments, including Botox® injections, nerve blocks, and lifestyle management. These treatments can greatly reduce headache frequency and intensity.
For acute headaches, intravenous (IV) therapy can potentially offer immediate relief because the vitamins and nutrients enter your bloodstream instantly. This bypasses the digestion process, saving a lot of precious time in waiting for relief when you’re hurting. IV therapy can also include medications that work very quickly.
Most insurance providers cover headache treatment, so reach out to Wellness and Surgery by phone or through online booking now.