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Head and Neck Pain

Head and neck pain may be caused by a number of factors including poor posture, trauma, nerve disorder, or any combination thereof. In most cases, the pain may be temporary and relieved quickly by over-the-counter medications without any further treatment. When the pain persists for weeks or months without substantial relief from medication, it has evolved into a chronic pain state which requires intervention by a trained professional.

As a Board-Certified Orofacial Pain practitioner, Dr. Cebula is specially trained to evaluate the source and cause of your pain so that it is managed effectively. Often, the pain is muscular in origin and can be managed with a combination of medications, physical therapy, and behavioral management. Musculoskeletal pain in the neck is a very common trigger for a migraine headache, and proper management often decreases the frequency and intensity of migraine along with the amount of medication necessary to manage a migraine.

Chronic pain arises due to complex changes in the way the nervous system detects, transmits, and interprets pain. When a more complex nerve involvement exists, a biopsychosocial or interventional approach will be necessary for pain management. In most cases, a combination of non-opioid medications and cognitive behavioral therapy will effectively manage a nervous system disorder. If a procedure such as nerve decompression or a complex nerve block is required, a referral to an interventional pain management specialist will be provided for you.

Head and neck pain may be caused by a number of factors including poor posture, trauma, nerve disorder, or any combination thereof. In most cases, the pain may be temporary and relieved quickly by over-the-counter medications without any further treatment. When the pain persists for weeks or months without substantial relief from medication, it has evolved into a chronic pain state which requires intervention by a trained professional.

As a Board-Certified Orofacial Pain practitioner, Dr. Cebula is specially trained to evaluate the source and cause of your pain so that it is managed effectively. Often, the pain is muscular in origin and can be managed with a combination of medications, physical therapy, and behavioral management. Musculoskeletal pain in the neck is a very common trigger for a migraine headache, and proper management often decreases the frequency and intensity of migraine along with the amount of medication necessary to manage a migraine.

Chronic pain arises due to complex changes in the way the nervous system detects, transmits, and interprets pain. When a more complex nerve involvement exists, a biopsychosocial or interventional approach will be necessary for pain management. In most cases, a combination of non-opioid medications and cognitive behavioral therapy will effectively manage a nervous system disorder. If a procedure such as nerve decompression or a complex nerve block is required, a referral to an interventional pain management specialist will be provided for you.

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