Migraines From Structural Causes
A common cause of migraine headaches is from the moving bones of your neck. If spinal bones in the neck aren’t supporting your head properly, you might notice that you can’t fully rotate your head in one direction or the other. Or it’s uncomfortable to turn all the way to the right or the left. A malpositioned bone here, even if only slightly out of place, can affect nearby nerves, muscles and even the blood supply to your head. The result? Migraine headaches, cluster headaches and tension headaches. But there’s a simple solution.
Choose Natural Before Resorting to Drugs
Chiropractors are so successful with migraines.
Chiropractic is the world’s largest, most popular, alternative health care discipline. Chiropractic care is delivered by highly educated professionals who are licensed in every state, recognized by the federal government and most insurance companies.
When Migraine Sufferers See a Chiropractor
If you’re a good candidate for chiropractic care, a thorough examination will be recommended. Most patients report that it is the most complete examination they’ve ever had. The results of your exam will be shared with you, along with a plan of action designed to resolve the problems that were found.
Addressing the Underlying Cause of Migraines
After identifying the location of any malpositioned spinal bones, your chiropractor will deliver a precise chiropractic adjustment(s) to help return proper alignment, reinstate the natural forward curve of your neck and restore your ability to turn your head.
Today’s chiropractic adjustments are safe, natural and specifically address the underlying cause of your migraine headaches.
Migraine Sufferers Rejoice!
We have a high success rate with migraine headache sufferers and enjoy high levels of patient satisfaction. In fact, it’s the safe and natural results that continue to delight chiropractic patients that have allowed chiropractic to thrive outside the mainstream medical model.
Try natural first. Take action now and choose a natural solution to your migraines that actually addresses their underlying cause.
Before You Take Migraine Medications…
Unlike over-the-counter and prescription medications, today’s chiropractic enjoys an enviable safety record. Here are the most frequently-prescribed migraine medications and their most common unwanted effects:
|RELPAX||Coronary artery vasospasm, transient myocardial ischemia, myocardial infarction, ventricular tachycardia, and ventricular fibrillation.|
|CAFERGOT||Abdominal pain, Pins and needles (paraesthesia), Nausea and vomiting, Narrowing of the blood vessels in the extremities of the body (peripheral vasoconstriction), Pain and weakness in the extremeties.|
|AMERGE||Paresthesias, dizziness, drowsiness, malaise/fatigue, and throat/neck symptoms.|
|MAXALT-MLT||Drowsiness, dizziness, dry mouth, nausea, or headache may occur. If these effects persist or worsen, notify your doctor promptly. Unlikely but report promptly: mental/mood changes, chest pain, neck/jaw discomfort. Very unlikely but report promptly: irregular or fast heartbeat, unusual weakness, vision changes, cold/tingling/numb hands and feet, stomach pain, bloody diarrhea, fainting or unsteadiness.|
|FIORICET||The most frequently reported adverse reactions are drowsiness, lightheadedness, dizziness, sedation, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and intoxicated feeling.|
|ZOMIG||The most common events were paresthesia, asthenia, nausea, dizziness, pain, chest or neck tightness or heaviness, somnolence and warm sensation.|
|SANSERT||May cause dizziness, drowsiness, stomach upset, heartburn, sleeplessness or flushing.|
|IMITREX||chest pain or heavy feeling, pain spreading to the arm or shoulder, nausea, sweating, general ill feeling; sudden numbness or weakness, especially on one side of the body; sudden headache, confusion, problems with vision, speech, or balance; fast heart rate, agitation, muscle stiffness, hallucinations, lack of coordination, with nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; sudden and severe stomach pain and bloody diarrhea; seizure (convulsions); or numbness or tingling and a pale or blue-colored appearance in your fingers or toes.|