Author: Dr. Brandon Brock

Chiropractic Neck Adjustments Helped Improve Migraine

Have you ever experienced a migraine attack? That excruciating pounding pain that feels like your head is about to explode? Sometimes it can be accompanied by sensitivity to light, sound, and smells. So how does it affect your life? Do you find yourself unable to perform your daily activities? Do you consistently miss work or […]

Neck Pain Exercises: 5 Activities You Should Be Wary Of

Do you love spending time at the gym but fear that your intense exercise routine will worsen your neck pain? Are you concerned that a seemingly simple upper neck pain issue will eventually lead to unpleasant health problems that can impact daily life? Quite a number of people feel the same way. Just like you, […]

How to Deal with BPPV and Sleepless Nights

Can't sleep because of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo? Do you wake up tired because you experience vertigo episodes when you turn from one side to another? Are you increasingly frustrated as the days go by, and you still can't get ample shut-eye? Many people can empathize with your pain because BPPV accounts for most cases […]

How to Keep Working Amid Migraine Episodes

Do you find concentrating very difficult when you have severe migraine headaches, making work tasks much more challenging? Have you tried many medications or Botox injections yet struggled to find anything that could bring lasting relief?  Upper Cervical Care patients report a lot of missed workdays due to debilitating migraine symptoms. It's common for most […]

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