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As a Board Certified Functional Neurologist, Dr. Bryan Royer can help people who are suffering from headaches in the Toledo area. Dr. Royer has specialized training to treat people who suffer from migraine headaches, tension headaches and post-concussion headaches. Your headaches can be caused by a number of different problems, including muscle imbalance and Upper Crossed Syndrome. Most people do not realize that problems in the neck can be the cause of headaches, including arthritis in the neck, cervical degenerative disc disease and cervical herniated discs. People can even get headaches from jaw (TMJ) problems, which is also something for which Dr. Royer can help.
The first step is a comprehensive evaluation to determine what the cause of your pain is. We will take the time to evaluate you to see if chiropractic care is appropriate for you. If needed, you will be sent out to a local facility for x-rays or even a MRI, if appropriate.
Treatments for headaches can consist of chiropractic adjustments, therapeutic exercises, electric stimulation, intersegmental traction, Graston Technique or Kinesio Taping. Dr. Royer will determine the appropriate care for you depending on the results of your evaluation. Dr. Bryan D. Royer is the only healthcare provider in the Toledo area who is certified in Graston Technique and Kinesio Taping. He is also the only Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist in the Toledo area as well. Dr. Royer also has certification in sports medicine as well. You can be assured that Dr. Royer is one of the leading experts in treating headaches in the Toledo area.
If you would like more information on headaches, you can read Dr. Royer’s article titled Headache Evaluation and Treatments that was published in Health Living News in August 2007