Headache & Migraine Chiropractor
Chiropractic Treatments for Pain from Headaches & Migraines
How We Can Help Treat Headache Pain Symptoms
At Back to Health Chiropractic, we can create a treatment plan to help reduce pain from chronic headaches and migraines. Our chiropractors take a whole-body approach to pain relief and offer several treatment options for migraine sufferers that can reduce muscle spasms, increase flexibility in the neck and decrease headaches that result from pinched nerves in the upper spine.
We’ll assess your pain and come up with a treatment to put you on a path to wellness.
Chiropractic Care for Headaches & Migraines
Headaches and migraines can be debilitating. A chiropractor can often help address these conditions with a specific approach to spinal care. Chiropractors are aware of the important role a spine plays in a healthy nervous system and can use their skills to detect subtle misalignments of the vertebrae that may be impinging on nerve roots, which in turn irritate the trigeminal nerve.
If you suffer from headaches and migraines, let’s create a plan to get you feeling better.
Why See a Chiropractor for Your Headache Symptoms
Headaches are the second most common symptom for which people seek chiropractic care. More than half of all Americans have occasional headache pain, and nearly one in four adults have frequent migraines. Seeing a chiropractor can offer headache relief to many patients.
Chiropractic is recommended as one form of treatment for migraine sufferers (and not just for back pain). Along with other treatments like acupuncture , massage, physical therapy or yoga, it’s even better because chiropractic treatment can help provide headache relief naturally without drugs or side-effects.
Our Back to Health chiropractors all have advanced credentials, are highly trained in neck pain therapy techniques, and have years of experience working with headaches and migraines. We have a great reputation with our patients in Sacramento and surrounding areas like El Dorado Hills and Granite Bay.
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