One of the most common types of headache is a tension headache. This type often responds favorably to physical therapy because there is usually a mechanical, not chemical, source of the pain. Contributors may be poor posture, poor work/home ergonomics, neck or jaw issues. Anxiety, depression, stress are also sources of tension.
“In August of 2019, HB19-1208 was enacted that added licensed physical therapists with training in pediatric neurology or concussion evaluation and management to the definition of “health care provider” for the purpose of clearing athletes to return to sport following concussion.”
“Sensory input from sight, touch and motion/equilibrium integrate with the motor output of the body’s muscles. This is what helps us sustain our balance during activities such as when walking in a dark environment, stepping on uneven ground, or while walking when looking up at a bird in the sky.”