Migraine Center New York City - Headache Treatments

Learn more about the different kinds of headache treatments that we offer here at Migraine Center NYC

Migraine Center New York City

Our Treatments

Integrative treatments for headache and migraine relief are offered at Migraine Center New York City. Our team focuses on providing patients with alternative integrative treatments to achieve complete pain relief, instead of relying only on prescription medications or over-the-counter drugs that may not work well in all cases.

When should your See a Migraine Doctor?

Migraines are a type of headache that can cause severe pain, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sound. If you experience migraines, you may wonder when you should see a doctor for treatment. In general, it is a good idea to consult with a doctor if you have migraines that are frequent or severe, or if over-the-counter medications are not providing relief. migrane headaches can be caused by a variety of factors, including stress, hormonal changes, certain foods and drinks, and changes in sleep patterns. A doctor can help you identify any triggers and develop a plan to reduce your migraines. If you experience migraines on a regular basis, treatment can help to reduce the frequency and severity of your headaches.

Multimodal Approach

Multimodal approach is a comprehensive, multimodal therapy that uses several different types of treatments to target different pain pathways associated with migraines and other types of headaches. Multimodal approach has been found to be more effective than monotherapy or rational polypharmacy in reducing the frequency and severity of headaches, as well as improving quality of life. Multimodal approach is often used in combination with pharmacological treatment, but can also include non-pharmacological therapies such as lifestyle modification, relaxation techniques, and cognitive behavioral therapy. While the exact mechanisms of how multimodal approach works are still being elucidated, it is thought that by targeting multiple pain pathways simultaneously, multimodal approach is able to provide more comprehensive relief from headaches than single modality approaches.

Rational Polypharmacy

Rational polypharmacy is a safe and effective way to manage chronic headache pain. When used correctly, it can minimize the number of medications a person takes, reduce adverse effects, and prevent the development of medication overuse headaches. Rational polypharmacy should be individualized to each patient, taking into account the type of headache pain, the frequency and severity of migraines, and any other medical conditions that may be present. A headache specialist can work with you to develop a treatment plan that makes sense for your particular situation. With rational polypharmacy, it is possible to find relief from chronic headache pain without having to rely on multiple medications.

Trigger Points

Trigger points are irritated and tight areas of muscle in the body that can be responsible for headaches when located in the head, neck or shoulders. This trigger point pain is often called myofascial pain. Trigger points can also be responsible for migraines and chronic headaches. Trigger points are often caused by repetitive motions or bad posture. In addition, trigger points can be caused by muscle overuse, tension, or injury. A common remedy is to get a trigger point massage, which is a massage designed to release these trigger points. The massage therapists or doctor will use their fingers, elbows, or forearms to apply pressure to the trigger points. Trigger point massage therapy can be painful, but it is usually effective in relieving pain.

Botox Injections

Botox is most commonly known for its cosmetic applications, but it also has FDA approval for treating and preventing migraines. Botox works by temporarily paralyzing the muscles around the injection site, which can help to reduce the frequency and severity of headaches. Injections are typically administered in multiple spots around the head and neck, and the effects usually last for three to four months. For some people, Botox can be a highly effective treatment for migraines, providing much-needed relief from chronic pain.

Occipital Nerve Block Injections

Occipital nerve blocks are a type of injection that is used to help decrease inflammation and pain around the occipital nerves. This can be an effective treatment for headaches that stem from the back of the head, as well as tension and migraine headaches. The injections are usually given into the tissue around the occipital nerves, and they can help to provide relief from pain. In some cases, the injections may also be used to help reduce the size of the occipital nerves. This can help to reduce the amount of pain that is associated with migraines. Occipital nerve blocks are often considered a safe and effective treatment for headaches, and they can be an alternative to medication or surgery.

Quick Treatments For Headaches

There are a number of quick treatments for headaches that can be effective in relieving pain. If you have a headache, you can try applying pressure to the affected area. You can also try massaging the area around the temples or neck. If you have a migraine, you may find relief by applying ice or heat to the affected area. You can also try drinking plenty of fluids, as dehydration can sometimes cause headaches. If you’re still experiencing pain after trying these quick treatments, you may want to see a doctor to rule out any underlying medical conditions.

About Our Treatments

Finding The Source Of Pain

Accurately pinpoint the root cause of the pain

Understand Your Needs

We take our time to get to know the client, about their relevant medical history and preferences for procedures

Providing The Procedure

We perform the necessary procedure and provide a plan to help you get rid of your pain

Contact Us Today

Get in touch with us today to book an appointment or to ask us any questions you may have about our practices or our services.

Give us a call

012 345 6789

Email us on



2800 Leverton Cove Road, Palmer, MA 01069

Opening Hours

Our Location

106 Hull Road, Oxton, TD2 6EU, United Kingdom