Conditions Treated

Migraine Headache

Migraine headaches affect a great number of people in the U.S. every year. Those with a family history of migraine headaches due to brain barriers and chemical imbalances can have very serious pain. They can also experience flashes, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea and headvomitting as a result of an ongoing state of dizziness.

Treatment Plan

The treatment is aimed at reducing the physical and mechanical triggers that set off the migraine headaches. We then try to maintain this improved state through a combination of spinal manipulative therapies, physiotherapeutic agents, posture correction and an improved nutritional diet.

About Headaches

70% of all headaches are musculoskeletal. It is estimated that nearly every American will experience head and/or neck pain in his or her lifetime. 157 million workdays are lost each year due to head and neck pain costing some 55 billion dollars in lost productivity. 1.3 million school days are lost annually due to head and neck pain in children. Ironically, unlike lower back pain, most people do not actively seek treatment. Instead, they self-medicate or depend on prescription drugs for what is at best only temporary relief, and at worst, a form of substance abuse with its own medical consequences.

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