Headache & Migraine

6 Effective Ways to Manage Migraines During the COVID-19


Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, most Canadians are facing challenging times. Changes and disruptions of the daily routine and work schedules, as well as uncertainty about the future, increase our daily stress levels. Since stress is one of the main triggers for migraines, the current situation can negatively affect migraine sufferers, making them [...]

6 Effective Ways to Manage Migraines During the COVID-192020-06-23T16:42:09+00:00

Medication Overuse Headaches: What You Need To Know


Headache is a type of pain occurring in the head or upper neck. Nearly everyone has felt headache pain at some point, and according to statistics, over half of all adults aged 18–65 years in the world have had at least one headache in the last year. When a headache strikes, many people choose to [...]

Medication Overuse Headaches: What You Need To Know2019-11-22T00:29:45+00:00

Cervical Dystonia: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment


Cervical dystonia, also referred to as spasmodic torticollis, is a rare and painful neurological condition causing involuntary contractions of neck muscles, resulting in twisting of the head to one side, forward or backward. In some individuals, the abnormal muscle contractions can be continuous, and in others, they can cause spasms and tremours. Cervical dystonia can [...]

Cervical Dystonia: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment2019-10-04T19:12:07+00:00

When To Seek Emergency Care For Your Headache: Warning Signs And Symptoms


Almost all of us have experienced headache pain throughout our lives. Most minor headaches will resolve on their own or can be relieved by taking over-the-counter medications. A typical headache can last from a few minutes to several hours and is usually not a sign of something more serious. However, some types of headaches can [...]

When To Seek Emergency Care For Your Headache: Warning Signs And Symptoms2020-01-28T17:35:09+00:00

Covid-19 Update

Headache, Migraine & Concussion Centre is here to serve patients during the COVID-19 outbreak. We can see patients who require medical attention and do NOT have symptoms of fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, cold / flu illness.

Our clinic has taken the following precautions to protect both you and our staff:

  1. As always, please let one of the front staff know you have arrived and have a seat in the waiting room. No sign in is required.

  2. We will not have more than one patient in the waiting room at any point in time.

  3. Blood pressure will not be taken during this crisis.

  4. When booking future appointments please stay back from the front desk.

  5. When making payment please wait until you are told to step forward to use debit machine.

  6. Between patients the debit machine is wiped down to reduce cross contamination.

  7. All doctors are wearing masks and gloves during all patient contact.

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