Crofton MD, 15-MARCH-2016 – Capitol Rehab and Dr. Shaun McClenny DC are pleased to announce that the chiropractic methods are effective in providing relief from various types of pain, including tension headache pain. The Crofton chiropractor has the expertise to provide natural and non-pharmaceutical remedies for tension headaches. Traditional methods rely on drugs and pain killers which lose effectiveness over time. Drugs can also cause damage to internal organs.
There are many types of headaches, of which tension headaches are just one. Tension headaches have been described as feeling like a band has been tightened around the head. The pain is mild to moderate. It is a dull pain with aching pain, rather than stabbing or pulsing. The shoulders, scalp and neck can feel tender. The two types of tension headaches are chronic and episodic.
Many factors have been considered as the cause of the headache, but a single cause has not been definitely named. Some factors which have been linked to tension headaches include fatigue, food sensitivities and environmental factors. The most commonly attributed cause is stress. At one time, this type of headache was thought to be the result of muscle contractions, but this view has been largely discounted.
Chiropractic methods are natural and do not rely on drugs or chemical painkillers. Because of the association with stress as a potential cause, techniques which are focused on easing stress are used by chiropractors. Massage is recognized as a stress reliever. Making lifestyle changes to change the level of tension in activities is another relaxation technique.
Learn more about tension headache relief by paying a visit to the web pages online at http://www.capitolrehabofcrofton.com today. Members of the press and others who have questions about the contents of this press release can contact Dr. McClenny DC at the location given below.
Contact Person Name: Dr. Shaun McClenny DC
Company: Capitol Rehab of Crofton
Address: 1302 Cronson Blvd Ste. F., Crofton MD 21114
Contact Telephone Number: (410) 834-8135
Contact Fax Number: (410) 451-2265