Acute or chronic neck pain and headaches may have a number of causes, including muscular strain, spinal disorders, or arthritis. Compression of spinal nerves in the neck (cervical radiculopathy) may also cause radiating neck pain and contribute to the development of migraine headaches.
The spine is complex, and any condition that affects the spinal nerves, discs, bones, or joints may cause symptoms elsewhere in the body. Spondylosis, a term that encompasses several degenerative disorders of the spine, may cause both headaches and neck pain.
Center for Pain Management has several treatment methods for patients who have neck pain and/or headaches. If you’re in need of migraine relief or neck pain solutions, please contact us to request a consultation: (317) 706-7246.
Neck and head pain may be the result of:
Most causes of neck pain and headaches can be treated successfully without surgery.
Depending on the source of the pain, we may use a variety of treatments to alleviate neck and head pain, such as nerve blocks, steroid injections, and physical therapy.
Center for Pain Management uses the latest diagnostic technologies to ensure that we can pinpoint the underlying causes of chronic pain. If you need help managing neck pain, migraines, or headaches, please contact us.
Call today to request a consultation: (317) 706-7246.