Osteopath’s have dealt with headache and migraine for over a century. They have done this through assessing and treating dysfunctions found in the neck and jaw.
Modern medicine has driven a move towards researched-based therapy. And the great new is that research supports the role that the neck and jaw plays in headache and migraine.
Lachlan has a particular interest in headache, having completed the level 1 and 2 courses at through the Watson Headache institute.
Lachlan will take the time to hear your story, perform an assessment, and provide you with a targeted treatment plan. Using both hands-on treatment and providing home-based exercises and relevant lifestyle modification.
So if you’re not getting the answers looking for, give us a call, or book in online, for an appointment with Lachlan.
1. Daniela A.G. Gonçalves DDS, M. P. (2010). Headache and symptoms of temporomandibular disorder: an epidemiological study. Headache, 231-241.
2. Dean H. Watson MAppSc, P. D. (2012). Head Pain Referral During Examination of the Neck in Migraine and Tension‐Type Headache. Headache.
3. José G. Speciali MD, P. F. (2015). Temporomandibular Dysfunction and Headache Disorder. Headache.