It is important to differentiate between primary headaches (vapor pressure cephalalgia, migraine, cluster cephalalgia, etc.) from the secondary. A secondary headaches can be divided into ambulatory nature headaches (cervicogenic, dysfunction of the teeth- jaw system, sinusitis, etc.), and headaches -threatening condition and requires immediate hospitalization and intensive treatment of the root causes of allopathic (tumor neuroinfection, atrial arrhythmia and various cardiac blockade, cranial trauma with intracranial effects, intracranial hemorrhage, ischemic stroke, cerebral vasculitis, vascular abnormalities, etc.).
Cranial osteopathy can help with tension headaches, cervicogenic headaches, and can also reduce the number of migraine attacks. Osteopathy can eliminate the pain caused by dysfunction of the temporomandibular jaw joint Lower and other myofascial facial pain, and facilitate state with facial pain of neurogenic origin.