Neuragenex Nfpm Treatment For Tension Headaches in Lawrenceville, Georgia

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Stop Dull, Aching Pain From Tension Headaches Today

Few things are as debilitating as the common occurrence of a tension headache. Tension headaches cause dull, aching, and often throbbing pain that will leave you out of commission for hours, sometimes even days. 

Although tension headaches are the most common form of headache, chronic tension-type headaches (CTTH) occur when a person experiences tension headaches at least 15 days a month. CTTH affects roughly 4 percent of the population

Being able to do anything of note is generally impossible once you have one of these headaches, and you’ll simply have to weather the storm. 

As anyone suffering from CTTH can attest, living with regular tension headaches is incredibly challenging. Not only can they disrupt your life at a moment’s notice, but living in constant worry you might be stricken with a tension headache ‌can prevent you from living life to the fullest.

Fortunately, Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management gives you the power to manage your tension headaches with our unique, safe, and effective approach to pain management.

  • Relying on pain medication
  • Avoiding social activities in fear of headaches
  • Laying in bed all day waiting for the pain to go away
  • Going home early because of headaches
  • Getting a good night’s sleep
  • Making plans without fear of headaches
  • Wasting less time waiting for headaches to go away
  • Enjoying your life to the fullest

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What Causes Pain From a Tension Headache?

Tension headaches result from muscle contractions in the head and neck muscles. These contractions cause pain either on one side of your head or throughout, resulting in a dull, aching feeling that can last for several hours or even days. 

This pain is often accompanied by tightness or pressure on the front, sides, or back of the head, as well as a feeling of tenderness in the scalp, shoulders, or neck muscles. The muscle contractions that lead to tension headaches can be caused by various factors, including stress, depression, dehydration, and head injuries.

The Neuragenex NFPM Protocol For Tension Headache Pain

We implement a unique protocol that emphasizes a neurofunctional pain management approach to treating tension headaches. This approach combines electrical stimulation with IV therapy, which helps reduce the frequency of tension headaches, ‌improving the patient’s quality of life. 

In addition, because Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocol involves a more holistic approach, we also focus on the long-term impact of tension headaches by educating patients about the lifestyle changes they need to make to prevent tension headaches from returning.

Finally, because we take a neurofunctional pain management approach, we avoid any type of chiropractic treatments, invasive procedures (such as surgeries), and pain medications. 

As a result, you won’t have to worry about any potential injuries, infections, or side effects that come with these conventional treatments, allowing you to safely and effectively reduce your tension headache pain. 

With that in mind, the following are the solutions we use to treat tension headache pain:

Electroanalgesia For Tension Headache Pain in Lawrenceville, Georgia

Electroanalgesia is an FDA-approved treatment that uses electrical stimulation to reduce pain caused by tension headaches. Electroanalgesia therapy reduces pain caused by tension headaches in several ways.

Electrical stimulation helps to relax the muscles that are causing the tension headache and also helps reduce inflammation in and increase blood flow into the affected area, which helps reduce pain.

Additionally, the electrical current used in electroanalgesia helps block pain signals sent to the brain while also releasing endorphins (which are essentially natural painkillers) to help reduce the intensity of tension headache pain.

Electroanalgesia therapy uses high-pulse currents to achieve these results, making it much more effective for long-term pain relief than TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) therapy, which uses low-pulse currents to achieve temporary pain relief.

Multiple sessions are needed for electroanalgesia therapy to be effective at providing long-term relief. It’s one reason many medical professionals prefer to prescribe painkillers or recommend surgery, because it isn’t as time-consuming as electroanalgesia. However, the more often you undergo electroanalgesia, the longer-lasting the pain relief is.

As such, electroanalgesia therapy is safer and more effective at treating tension headaches when done long-term. We recommend two sessions a week for 12 weeks to get the best results.

IV Therapy For Tension Headache Pain in Lawrenceville, Georgia

Intravenous (IV) therapy is another treatment we use to reduce pain from tension headaches. IV therapy introduces vitamins, minerals, and fluids directly into the bloodstream, allowing them to be more quickly and efficiently absorbed by the body.

The vitamins, minerals, and fluids help reduce inflammation in the affected area and rehydrate the body, which can help reduce the intensity of a tension headache.

With IV therapy, we treat on a patient-by-patient basis. We do this by evaluating each patient’s bloodwork to determine their deficiencies and then create a personalized IV therapy cocktail tailored to their needs. By taking this personalized approach to IV therapy, we can maximize each treatment’s efficacy.

Lifestyle Counseling For Tension Headache Pain in Lawrenceville, Georgia

We focus on treating tension headaches holistically. As such, we work with our patients to make lifestyle adjustments that will help prevent tension headaches from recurring.

Although we tailor our advice to each patient’s individual habits and lifestyle, some things that we recommend include getting adequate sleep, staying hydrated, managing stress, and exercising regularly.

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Success Stories

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In our clinics, we’ve seen remarkable outcomes with Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocols. Patients receiving peripheral neuropathy treatment have reported significant relief, just as those undergoing knee pain treatment have found newfound mobility and ease. Similarly, individuals who have opted for our treatment for migraines and chronic headaches share stories of renewed comfort and reduced frequency of their symptoms.

These successes are a source of great pride for us. Hear directly from our patients about the life-changing impact of these treatments!

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