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How Massage Therapy can help people suffering from Headaches


The most common cause of tension headaches is the compression of the greater occipital nerve by the cervical muscles. This kind of phenomenon can produce headaches that closely mimic migraine attacks. Greater Occipital Nerve Neuralgia could be treated successfully using Medical Massage therapy and special post-isometric relaxation techniques. However, lately stress-related jaw joint (TMJ) disorders have started to dominate as a main cause for tension headaches. The masticatory (chewing) muscles, due to stress and night time teeth grinding, accumulate pathological levels of tension that produce not only headaches, but can initiate osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis of the temporomandibular joint initially affects the articular disc (in the jaw joint), producing not only popping or clicking, but also severe pain when chewing. Within a short period of time Medical Massage therapy and appropriate dental care can restore normal function of the jaw joint, as well as eliminate headaches and other pain sensations. In Volume 2 of Boris Prilutsky’s Medical Massage DVD series, the topic of eliminating Greater Occipital Nerve Neuralgia is covered under the hypertension treatment topic. Additionally, Boris Prilutsky has a VHS-format video available where he offers a detailed discussion and hands-on techniques to treat TMJ disorders.

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