Headaches affect just about everyone at some point and they can present themselves in many different ways. Some people only experience pain in one part of their head or behind their eyes, some people experience a pounding sensation inside their whole head, and some people even experience nausea.
About Daniel De Jesus
Dr. Daniel De Jesus received his Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Masters of Chiropractic degree from Macquarie University. He is a member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia and has worked closely with the Sydney Bulls Rugby League Club over the past few years. He is a recognised Workcover approved provider and registered with all health funds.
Daniel has a keen interest in sporting injuries, in particular shoulder and knee injury prevention and rehabilitation. Daniel also speaks Spanish and Portuguese.
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Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder characterised by episodic attacks of head pain and associated symptoms. Migraine pain commonly presents on one side of the head and is described as throbbing headache that is of moderate to severe intensity.
Neck pain is a common complaint in people of all ages and can arise from many different factors. Approximately two thirds of the population will experience neck pain at any one time.
A bursa is a fluid filled sack that sits between bones, tendons or ligaments. When your bursa becomes inflamed, the bursa loses its gliding capabilities, and becomes irritated, swollen and painful when it is moved.
Do you experience pain when you chew or open your mouth? Does your jaw click or frequently make loud noises?
Does your jaw get stuck or locked as you open it? Do you have pain or soreness in the front of your ear?
Have you ever experienced a sudden onset of sharp, stabbing pain after a sudden movement such as a coughing or sneezing – well chances are you have sprained a rib joint.
Sciatica is a painful syndrome caused by compression of the sciatic nerve. Sciatic pain can range from a mild ache to incapacitating pain, which can last for a few hours, or last as long as weeks.
Tennis Elbow or Lateral Epicondylopathy is an injury to the muscles that extend the wrist and fingers. The site of injury is typically the lateral epicondyle, a bony bump that is located on the outside of the elbow where these muscles attach.
We tend to forget how valuable our knees are until it affects our daily lives and activities. One of the most common forms of knee pain is known as Runner’s knee or Patellofemoral pain syndrome.
Lower back pain is one of the most common disorders in Australia, indiscriminate of age or occupation. Give us a call on (02) 8095 0393 and we can discuss your needs.
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