Headaches and Migraines
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While headaches are typically caused by muscle tightening of the neck and scalp (e.g. tension headache), persistent or frequent headaches are often indicators of a deeper neurological issue. Often this may be the only noticeable symptom for many patients. It is important to have abnormal headaches evaluated before they go on for too long.
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