Headache Therapy Options in Winter Springs, FL

Are You a Candidate For Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression?

Headache Types

Headaches appear in all different sizes and severities, from a dull ache in your temples to an incapacitating pain that makes it hard to see.

The reality is that all headaches are not created equal. They can fluctuate by severity, symptoms and cause. Easily the most common kinds of headaches include tension, cluster, migraine, , and chronic daily headaches, to name a few.

You are not alone if you deal with any of these types of headaches. Numerous people experience the pain of headaches routinely.

Tension Headaches.

One of the most common types of headaches are those triggered by tension. These are related to stress, anxiety and even depression. About 90% of all headaches are classified as tension-related.

With a tension headache, the pain is generalized through the head, rather than in the temples, the sinuses or another specific spot. Women have a tendency to get tension headaches more frequently than men, although they can hit anybody at any time.

Cluster Headaches.

About 1 million people in the United States suffer from cluster headaches. These are sharp, incredibly painful headaches that tend to occur several times in a single day for a period of weeks of months. They can then go away for a similar period of time, only to return again later on.

Migraine Headaches.

Migraine headaches fall into a category of their own. That’s because they are believed to be a biological disease that affects nearly 30 million people in the United States annually. One out of every 4 people in the USA deals with migraines, more than diabetes, coronary heart disease and asthma combined.

Common Sources Of Headaches.

One of the most common sources of headaches is some sort of imbalance within the body. This can be caused by stress, anxiety, trauma or one of many other reasons.

An imbalance in one part of the body is certain to effect the body’s entire system. For example, if you are carrying stress in the muscles in your upper back , this can easily trigger headaches and pain in other parts of your body as well.

Headache Therapy Options.

The majority of people treat headache pain like they would all other ache or pains: With aspirin or other pain-killing over the counter medication. In actuality, this does nothing to cure your headache. It only temporarily hides the symptoms so that you can return to your regular everyday activities without pain.

Inevitably, however, whatever was causing your headaches to begin with will return … and so will the pain of your headaches.

Now there’s an all-natural, organic headache therapy that can attack the root causes of your headaches so that you can permanently be rid of them … spinal decompression.

Benefits of Gentle, Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Treatment.

Our spinal disc doctors focus on returning natural balance to the body by making a series of tiny decompressions to the affected region. The back and related spinal discs are the frame upon which the rest of the body mounts, so when it is returned into balance naturally and gently, it can alleviate headaches and other pains quickly and permanently.

Call Winter Springs Disc Center at (407) 327-9000 for Your Free Consultation!


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Gary Buttermark
16:18 12 Nov 21
Excellent care and even better staff...Your first visit will feel like you have been going here for years.
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Luis Cintron
02:29 30 Oct 21
Excellent doctor! Very professional, ethical and caring. Really recommend this doctor!
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Molly Schwarb
18:07 11 Sep 21
This clinic is amazing. Thr staff is kind and courteous. They found an injury missed by several different medical offices. Got me in quick. Took time to explain everything. Wonderful experience!
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Tanya Jasper
15:13 26 Aug 21
I've been going for over a year. Very good! They know what they're doing and I feel so much better.
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Alyson McCoy
15:12 30 Jul 21
Great experience. So nice knowing I have this resource whenever needed.
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