Utah Pain Specialists
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6750 South Highland Drive
Cottonwood Heights, Utah 84121

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What Causes Headaches And Migraines? Headaches can be caused by many different medical problems. The vast majority of patients are under the impression that they suffer from migraine headaches. However, there are many other types of non-migraine headaches that can mimic the symptoms of a migraine headache. At Utah Pain Specialists, we evaluate and treat patients for muscular tension headaches, cervicogenic headaches, intracranial hypotension, and spinal headaches to name some common headache diagnosis.

Headache Treatment Considerations There are several common treatments that can be considered for chronic headaches. However, the treatment depends on what type of headache you really have. In addition, patients frequently have headaches caused by several different and independent factors that when addressed, may improve or eliminate headache pain. Patients that suffer from chronic headaches frequently have difficulty finding providers that will accept and take care of their painful condition. Utah Pain Specialists would like to be a resource for you and your regular physician to assist in the care of a very difficult and life altering medical problem.

How Is Headache Pain Treated?Depending upon the type of headache, there are several common pain management procedures that might be effective for your headache. We offer injection and non injection therapy to treat chronic headache pain, migraine pain, and occiptial stress.

Medical tests may not show the cause of your headache pain, migraine pain, and occiptial stress. Many times, the cause of headache pain, migraine pain, and occiptial stress is never known. Headache pain, migraine pain, and occiptial stress can get better even if you do not know the cause. We offer injection and non injection therapy to treat chronic headache pain, chronic migraine pain, and chronic occiptial stress. Possible treatment options and treatment injections that might be beneficial, which will be decided upon pending examination and evaluation by your physician:

For more information from the Utah Pain Specialists about treating medical pain, call the Utah Pain Doctors at
801-685-PAIN (685-7246). Get the best medical pain treatment available to alleviate your pain symptoms.
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