Coping with migraine symptoms can be extremely difficult. You can finally find relief from these extreme headaches with the help of Resolute Pain Solutions. Our physicians provide the support you need to reduce your persistent migraine pain.
Migraine treatment encompasses a combination of preventative and pain-relieving measures. While physical therapy and relaxation techniques can help reduce the risk of future migraines, migraine pain may also be addressed with prescribed medication designed to reduce the number or severity of migraines, or relieve migraine symptoms once they have begun. New treatments for relieving the pain of migraines are available, and depending on the requirements of your insurance plan, these innovative treatments can be initiated quite successfully.
Depending on the severity of the migraines, as well as the preferences of the patient, a combination of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical treatment options can provide relief. In many cases, relaxation therapies and massage therapy techniques have helped individuals reduce the occurrence and symptoms of migraines. Our goal is to ease tension and stress in the body and enable a more recuperative sleep, reducing the risk of migraines in the future. Additionally, minimally invasive injections that are target-specific for migraine triggers may be employed. These will be more fully explained at the time of consultation with your Resolute pain team.
While these treatment options can be quite beneficial when reducing migraine pain, oral medication is often prescribed in order to better cope with migraines on a daily basis. There are two types of migraine pain medication: Preventative medication is taken regularly, typically every day, in order to reduce the overall number of migraines or the severity of the symptoms; pain-relieving migraine medication is designed to address migraine symptoms once they have already begun. Patients are encouraged to consider a combination of treatments in order to achieve their desired goals.
Migraine treatment options are safe; however, as with any medical treatment, there is the possibility of side effects or complications. The side effects associated with most migraine pain medications are typically mild but, in some rare cases, they can be severe. Any previous conditions or health concerns should be discussed with the physician before treatment commences in order to reduce the risk of complications.
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