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Headache Treatment

STAT MED Urgent Care Provides Headache Treatment to Residents of San Francisco’s East Bay

Headache Treatment East Bay San Francisco Headaches are among the most common health complaints in people of various ages. If a headache is keeping you from performing your best at work, school, or home, consider visiting STAT MED Urgent Care. Our network of fully equipped immediate care clinics offers walk-in headache treatment to families in Concord, Livermore, Lafayette, and other communities throughout San Francisco’s East Bay.

Why do I have a headache?

While your anxiety may convince you that your headache is a sign of a serious medical condition, the large majority of headaches are not a cause for concern. There are several everyday medical conditions and lifestyle factors that can lead to a headache, such as:

  • Coughing
  • Dehydration
  • Alcohol consumption (particularly red wine)
  • Poor posture
  • A sinus infection
  • Stress
  • A lack of sleep
  • An ear infection

Less commonly, headaches may result from issues that impact pain-sensitive structures in the head. These are known as primary headaches. Examples of primary headaches include migraines, cluster headaches, and tension headaches.

What does headache treatment entail?

The answer to this question will depend on the headache’s root cause. At STAT MED Urgent Care, our practitioners take the time the time to carefully evaluate our patients’ symptoms, listen to their concerns and provide an appropriate course of headache treatment. A treatment plan may include medication to relieve pain or remedies to address the underlying cause of the headache, such as a sinus infection or dehydration.

Find the headache relief you need and deserve at STAT MED Urgent Care. We are open every day and do not require appointments, although you can check in online before your visit. Our team is proud to serve residents of Lafayette, Pleasant Hill, Moraga, Orinda, Livermore, Concord, Walnut Creek, and other communities throughout Northern California.

Please call 911 in the event that your headache is accompanied by a high fever, confusion, muscle weakness, vomiting, or trouble seeing or walking.