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Migraine & Headache Massage

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Headaches and migraines are a debilitating condition affecting millions worldwide. The throbbing or pulsating pain, often accompanied by nausea, sensitivity to light, and sound, can significantly disrupt daily life. These conditions are caused by various factors, including stress, hormonal changes, or certain foods. Addressing the discomfort, our team is dedicated to providing relief through a tailored Headache and Migraine Massage. Our experienced therapists employ specific techniques designed to alleviate the intensity of headaches and migraines, offering a holistic approach to managing these challenging conditions, promoting relaxation, and reducing their frequency and severity.

Massage Therapy For Headaches and Migraines

Body Language Massage & Wellness offers a therapeutic treatment using Massage Therapy techniques along with specialized tools to help relieve discomfort in Oshawa, Ontario. We are helping people alleviate uncomfortable symptoms by targeting the muscles around the head, shoulders, chest, and neck - all of the muscles that contribute to the pain and are attached to the skull and neck.

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Heachaches & Migraines

A headache is a common and often uncomfortable sensation of pain or discomfort in the head or neck region. It can range from mild to severe and may manifest as a dull ache, sharp pain, or throbbing sensation. Migraines, on the other hand, are a specific type of headache characterized by intense pulsing or throbbing pain, usually on one side of the head. They often come with additional symptoms such as nausea, sensitivity to light, sound, or even smells, and can be disabling, affecting a person's ability to function normally. Migraines can last anywhere from a few hours to several days, significantly impacting daily life. Both headaches and migraines can be triggered by various factors, including stress, certain foods, hormonal changes, or environmental factors.

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Decrease Symptoms of Pain

At Body Language Massage & Wellness, our Registered Massage Therapists are dedicated to Headache and Migraine wellness, so you can feel at your best. Our team of professionals understand the complicated tension surrounding the head as well as the surrounding muscles and will customize each treatment to your specific needs. Almost everyone on our team is specialized and they have been through extensive training, or are currently enrolled in the most current education/training. 

Our Registered Massage Therapists have experience in evaluating different points of tension and creating personalized treatment plans. We have the expertise in combining different massage techniques to create targeted relief.

What Are Some Symptom's of Migraines and Headaches?

Migraine Symptoms:

  1. Intense Pain: Typically throbbing or pulsating, often affecting one side of the head.

  2. Nausea and Vomiting: Many individuals experience queasiness or an upset stomach during a migraine attack.

  3. Sensitivity to Light and Sound: Light and sound may exacerbate the pain or discomfort.

  4. Aura: Some people experience auras—visual disturbances like flashes of light, blind spots, or tingling in the arms or face that may occur before or during the migraine.

  5. Sensory Disturbances: Changes in touch, smell, taste, or sensation may accompany a migraine.

  6. Duration: Migraines can last for hours or even days, severely impacting daily activities.

Headache Symptoms:

  1. Pain: Headaches can present as aching, squeezing, or tightness in the head or neck.

  2. Location and Intensity: The pain can be mild to severe and can affect different parts of the head or manifest as a generalized sensation.

  3. Sensitivity: People experiencing headaches might become sensitive to light, sound, or physical activity.

  4. Nausea: Some headaches can cause mild to moderate nausea or upset stomach.

  5. Duration: Headaches may persist for a short period or extend over several hours or days, depending on their type and cause.

It's important to note that while these symptoms are typical, they can vary significantly from person to person. If you experience severe or unusual symptoms, it's advisable to consult a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

What To Expect:

The therapist will begin with a consultation, asking about your medical history, current health conditions, and any specific issues or areas of concern you'd like to address through the treatment. They will inquire about your lifestyle, stress levels, and physical activities and history with your Headaches and/or Migraines. The therapist will discuss your goals for the session which is crucial.  Communicating your desired outcomes helps the therapist customize the massage to meet your expectations. The therapist will explain the types of massage technique they'll use, tools being used and how it can benefit you. They will also discuss the pressure level and ask for your feedback during the session to ensure your comfort. 

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Comfortable, Supportive Environment

We understand that going through the Headache and Migraine pain, can be challenging. Body Language Massage & Wellness has a calming atmosphere and we keep the clinic relatively quiet.

 

Your well-being, convenience, and comfort are most important to us. We will always provide a supportive and welcoming environment, so you can relax and enjoy.

Why Choose us?

We have a friendly yet professional team and we will empower you with self-care techniques and advice for how to continue feeling well through ongoing discomfort. A Registered Massage Therapist can also provide information about relaxation exercises, posture, and strengthening exercises to support your journey.

Body Language Massage & Wellness

850 King St W #14, Oshawa, ON L1J 2L5

(289) 806-5097

Monday: 9 AM–8 PM

Tuesday: 9 AM–8 PM

Wednesday: 9 AM–8 PM

Thursday: 9 AM–8 PM

Friday: 9 AM–8 PM

Saturday: 9 AM–12:30 PM

Sunday: Closed

info@bodylanguageoshawa.com

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