By definition, chronic daily headaches occur 15 days or more per month, for at least three months. They can be among the most incapacitating types of headache due to their persistence. These headaches can affect any part of the head and symptoms include, but are not limited to: throbbing pain, pressure on the temples, and a stinging or burning sensation behind the eyes. Diagnosing chronic headaches can be difficult because, unless the patient suffers from a condition or disorder, there may be no clear underlying cause. Fortunately, there are various treatment options available to help decrease their occurrence and severity.
If you are suffering from what you believe to be chronic headaches, please request a consultation so that we can better assist you.