Chin Tuck Away Your Headache

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | March 27, 2021 | 0 Comments

Posture Matters for Your Headache Pain! How many times have you heard that you need to pay attention to your posture? It is true. Poor posture will tighten the muscles that flare up your headaches. As a result of posture correction, your headaches may ease up. Use a simple technique of the chin tuck to …

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Knock Out your Nausea and Headache with Acupressure

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | March 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

Nausea and Headaches Often Go Together Most people who suffer from migraines also experience nausea. You may feel nausea come on as an unpleasant warning sign that a migraine is soon arriving. Migraines can last for hours or days. What if you had a way to shut down the nausea and stop your migraine from …

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Food Failures and Headaches

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | March 7, 2021 | 0 Comments

We Are What We Eat It has been said “We are what we eat.” Our headaches may be what we eat as well. Food choices affect so many conditions, including our heart health, cancer predisposition, gouty arthritis, and digestive health. Make the connection between your food and your headache if it is there! Food sensitivities …

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Headaches and H2O

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | February 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Dehydration Headache Are you waking up in the morning with a ferocious headache? You may not know it, but you may be having a dehydration headache. You do not replenish your fluid balance as you sleep, and as a result your headache can increase as the night goes on. There are other causes for …

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Pregnancy, Headaches and Acupressure Points

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | February 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Should I Use Acupressure for My Headaches If I Am Pregnant? Firstly, I do not use acupressure at all if one of my headache clients is pregnant. It is best to be overly safe than not safe enough.  Refer to acupuncture man. Only two of the points I use to help headaches are to be …

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Chain Reaction Treatment for Headache and Neck Pain

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | February 6, 2021 | 0 Comments

Levator Scapulae We return to the levator scapula muscle today. It extends from your shoulder blade and attaches to the upper four bones of your neck. People complain to me on a weekly basis about their pain that traverses along the levator scapulae from the shoulder blade to the neck. Your neck will not turn …

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Foam Roll Away Your Headache

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | January 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

Do you have a humpback? Look in the mirror. Do you slump your upper back or do you stand ramrod-straight? Chances are you have shortened your height by not standing as straight as you should. You look older, and your chest collapses on itself. More than a cosmetic issue, your poor posture has consequences for …

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The Band Aid

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | January 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Shoulder Blade Squeeze – What Is It Good For? Posture! Our sedentary society encourages the slumped posture. Shoulder blade postural muscles weaken as the pectoral muscles in the front of the chest become tight and pull the shoulders forward.  Poor posture results from the imbalance of these muscles in the front and back of …

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Does Your Headache Get on Your Nerves?

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | January 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

“I Have Tried Everything to Help My Headache!” Do you have a headache that nothing seems to make better? One comment I hear is that “I’ve been told it is all in my head.” Translation: you have a psychological rather than a physical problem. Mental stress issues certainly have a role in many, if not …

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A Headache-Producing Muscle That Comes From Your Shoulder Blade

By Craig Sather, Doctor of Physical Therapy | December 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

It is Tough to Reach the Shoulder Blade Muscles The levator scapulae is a headache-producing muscle that originates on your shoulder blade. This muscle sends out its ropy muscles to attach to the upper four vertebrae of your neck. Think of this muscle as an octopus, or half of one anyway, as it prepares to …

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