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1

What are the types of tension headaches?

episodic vs chronic

2

What are the type of migraines?

With aura vs without aura

3

What are the types of sinus headaches?

acute vs chronic

4

The onset of tension-type headaches are ___.

gradual

5

The onset of migraine headaches are ___.

sudden

6

The onset of sinus headaches are ___.

simultaneous with sinus symptoms, including purulent nasal discharge.

7

The duration of tension-type headaches are ___.

minutes to days

8

The duration of migraine headaches are ___.

hours to 2 days

9

The duration of sinus headaches ___.

resolves with the sinus symptoms

10

The location of tension-type headaches are ___.

bilateral

11

The location of migraine headaches are ___.

usually unilateral

12

The location of sinus headaches are on the ___.

face, forehead, or periorbital area

13

____ headaches have pain quality of diffuse, aching, tight, pressing, and constricting.

tension-type

14

____ headaches have pain quality of throbbing and neurological symptoms (ex. Photophobia).

migraine

15

____ headaches have pain quality of pressure behind the eyes or face

sinus

16

____ headaches are triggered by stress, fatigue, emotional conflicts, anxiety, and depression.

tension-type

17

____ headaches are triggered by stress, menses, alcohol, missing a meal, aged cheese

migraine

18

____ headaches are triggered upon awakening, stooping or blowing nose.

sinus

19

___ is a pain or discomfort that peaks 24-48 hours after exercising.

muscle soreness

20

The treatment for muscle soreness is ___.

ATC NSAIDs for first 24-48 hours
Topical analgesics/counterirritants

21

___ is inflammation of the tendon.

Tendonitis

22

The treatment for tendonitis is ____.

1. RICE
2. ATC NSAIDs

23

A ____ is injury to the ligament.

sprain

24

A ___ is injury to the muscle or tendon.

strain

25

The treatment for sprains and strains are ____.

1. RICE
2. ATC NSAIDs

26

_____ pain is pain that is less than 6 weeks.

lower back

27

The treatments for lower back pain include ___.

1. modify technique, physical therapy, exercise
2. alternate heat and cold
3. massage
4. NSAIDs
5. topical analgesics/counterirritants

28

____ is the breakdown and loss of joint cartilage.

osteoarthritis

29

The treatments for osteoarthritis include ___.

1. low-impact exercise
2. weight loss
3. shock-absorbing shoes
4. physical and occupational therapy
5. acetaminophen (drug of choice)
6. glucosamine/chondoitin
7. NSAIDs

30

____ is a systemic disease and symmetrical involvement of joints.

Rheumatoid arthritis

31

The treatment for rheumatoid arthritis is ___.

NSAIDs