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Physical Therapy for Headache 

Schedule a Headache Consultatoin

You love your active lifestyle, where its hitting the gym, running 

or playing with your kids. You know that 

Runners- The Triad is a great place to run. With over 100 miles of trails in Greensboro alone from the Downtown Greenway to Country Park 

Functional Fitness Athletes-- Whether at your local CrossFit box, the gym or your garage, you love the strength and confidence your body feels with 


This is usually the most severe type, and can include nausea and vomiting, along with sensitivity to light and sound. It usually occurs on one side of the head, and can present with or without aura.

Tension Headache

This is the most common headache type. It usually occurs in the front and on both sides of the head, with a “pressure” or “squeezing” feeling. It can be aggravated by stress or tension.

Headache with Neck Pain 

 Also called 'cervicogenic', this is  headache that originates from your neck. It occurs on one side of head and neck and is aggravated by sustained postures and specific neck movements. Often times you will experience neck pain and stiffness along with the headache.

Headache Specialist 

Dr. Corey Hillman is a musculoskeletal and movement expert.  He has advanced training in manual therapy, shoulder and neck pain and a special interest in working with musicians and performing artist. 

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Dr. Hillman explains everything to you with ease so that you understand his recommendations and feel empowered as a patient. He is further very attuned to your goals beyond just getting rid of pain; this is important to me as an athletic person.

Janet, Fitness Athlete 


Interested in learning more about how we can help you live the pain free life you deserve? 


Schedule a FREE 15 minute consult with Dr. Hillman and let's here more of your story and ensure we're the right fit. 

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