Headache and Migraine Treatment and Relief in Greensboro, NC

Do you have frequent headaches, migraines, tension and/or neck pain?
Do your headaches keep you from concentrating on your work, school or activity?
Do you experience frequent migraines that keep you from enjoying life?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is probably the most important blog post you will read.

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Headaches and Migraines occur in many different ways and forms, but almost all of them have a muscular and fascial component. When your muscles and fascia are tight and restricted it can put pressure on your head and neck causing or initiating the symptoms you experience. There may be other types of triggers for your headaches and/or migraines, but if your soft tissue system and whole body is not addressed, then you will have a hard time fixing the problem.

At LeBauer Physical Therapy in Greensboro, NC we use Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release and Manual Physical Therapy to release these restrictions that cause your symptoms which  helps you feel less pain and reduce the intensity, severity and frequency of your headaches and migraines. We perform a comprehensive examination and evaluation of your whole body, as sometimes the symptoms can be a result of a problem in your hips, abdomen/hip flexors, or some other seemingly unrelated location or problem. We also teach you how to treat yourself using MFR or Myofascial Release and Craniosacral techniques at home.

Call our office today for your free Pain Relief Guide or to schedule your evaluation.  In the meantime, I have a video and step by step instructions on self-treatment for Migraine and Headache relief that you may find helpful today.

About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Dr. Aaron LeBauer is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Business Coach to 1,000's of healthcare entrepreneurs. He owns LeBauer Physical Therapy, LLC, with his wife Andra, in Greensboro, N.C. He has been helping active people stay fit, active, healthy and recover from injuries without needing more pain medications, injections or surgery since 1999.

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