Flashcards in Week 2 Chart Summary Deck (31):
What are the types of tension headaches?
episodic vs chronic
What are the type of migraines?
With aura vs without aura
What are the types of sinus headaches?
acute vs chronic
The onset of tension-type headaches are ___.
The onset of migraine headaches are ___.
The onset of sinus headaches are ___.
simultaneous with sinus symptoms, including purulent nasal discharge.
The duration of tension-type headaches are ___.
minutes to days
The duration of migraine headaches are ___.
hours to 2 days
The duration of sinus headaches ___.
resolves with the sinus symptoms
The location of tension-type headaches are ___.
The location of migraine headaches are ___.
The location of sinus headaches are on the ___.
face, forehead, or periorbital area
____ headaches have pain quality of diffuse, aching, tight, pressing, and constricting.
____ headaches have pain quality of throbbing and neurological symptoms (ex. Photophobia).
____ headaches have pain quality of pressure behind the eyes or face
____ headaches are triggered by stress, fatigue, emotional conflicts, anxiety, and depression.
____ headaches are triggered by stress, menses, alcohol, missing a meal, aged cheese
____ headaches are triggered upon awakening, stooping or blowing nose.
___ is a pain or discomfort that peaks 24-48 hours after exercising.
The treatment for muscle soreness is ___.
ATC NSAIDs for first 24-48 hours
___ is inflammation of the tendon.
The treatment for tendonitis is ____.
2. ATC NSAIDs
A ____ is injury to the ligament.
A ___ is injury to the muscle or tendon.
The treatment for sprains and strains are ____.
2. ATC NSAIDs
_____ pain is pain that is less than 6 weeks.
The treatments for lower back pain include ___.
1. modify technique, physical therapy, exercise
2. alternate heat and cold
5. topical analgesics/counterirritants
____ is the breakdown and loss of joint cartilage.
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)
____ is a systemic disease and symmetrical involvement of joints.