If you suffer from headaches and migraines, you probably have regular bouts of horrible pain in the head, neck pain, and often a lot of additional issues like feeling nauseated and having sensitivity to the light when the headaches and migraines are at their worst. Instead of taking heavy duty medications that make you feel even sicker and then hiding away in a dark noiseless room as you wait for the pain to subside, you might want to think about using chiropractic care from our Atlanta chiropractor to help. We take a natural approach to migraines and headaches, and our patients have experienced a great deal of pain relief and even improved quality of life after treatment.
Managing Headaches and Migraines with Chiropractic Care and Massage Therapy
Our Atlanta chiropractor, Dr. Edward Schneider, chiropractic care colleague Dr. Nya Jahdai-Brown are both highly skilled in spinal adjustments, one of the more effective ways of managing migraines and headaches naturally. Spinal imbalances can happen for any number of reasons -- from accidents to aging to unexpected sudden movements -- and headaches and neck pain are often the result because the spine is interconnected with all of the nerves that go to the brain. The nerves that are causing your headaches and migraines or your neck pain have often been triggered by a problem in the spine, but our chiropractors will expertly adjust your spinal column to its ideal position, relieving the pressure, pain, and even preventing chronic headache issues.
After spinal alignment, patients may learn about some additional therapies that could help in headaches and migraines prevention. Treatments like massage therapy, for example, are wonderfully helpful for pain reduction, stress reduction, and relaxation, all of which could be contributing to the problem. Patients might use massage therapy or other simple changes like eating a healthier diet or getting more exercise to help prevent headaches in the future.
You never have to be victim to recurring headaches and migraines; we are glad to be here to help you beat them. How do you typically handle headaches?
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