Many different headache types have a spinal component. In some cases this is a very significant factor in the pattern of headaches suffered, for example, cervicogenic tension headaches. In other cases the dysfunction of the upper neck, postural changes or work stresses on your spine may be a critical trigger factor in setting off headaches. As part of our examination for any headache case we will also investigate the other significant triggers for headaches and assist you in seeking the appropriate advice and management of these.
If you suffer from headaches it may well be worth your effort in considering chiropractic as part of your health care strategy.
A significant change in headache patterns whether you have suffered from headaches previously or not should always be appropriately investigated to determine the source of the headaches.
A frequent and overlooked cause of headaches is the malfunction of spinal joints in the neck and upper back. Many people find relief and correction with chiropractic.
If a thorough examination reveals reduced range of motion, loss of normal spinal curves, a forward shift in head posture, mechanical restrictions, or abnormal muscular tension, chiropractic should be considered. After a complete explanation, you'll receive a care program designed for your unique problem.