Author: Dr. Cook

How Dysfunction in the Upper Neck Triggers Migraine

Migraines are no ordinary type of headache or ailment. In truth, it’s a neurological disorder that triggers a laundry list of symptoms, such as throbbing and pounding pain on one side of the head. In some cases, the head pain can take place on both sides of your head. Migraine attacks have varying triggers and […]

What to Expect When You Visit a Chiropractor for Vertigo

Have you been to a chiropractor before? Is upper cervical chiropractic something you’re considering as a natural procedure to help you? If you’ve been hearing or reading testimonials from people and want to know more about how a chiropractor for vertigo can help you get lasting relief and manage your debilitating symptoms, well, you’re in […]

How To Deal With A Pinched Nerve In The Shoulder

Most people immediately associate shoulder pain with muscular problems, not knowing that their symptoms might have a neurological origin after all. That’s why sometimes, they notice minimal improvement after taking NSAIDs or muscle relaxants. Thankfully, some people already know about nerve pinching and how natural remedies like upper cervical chiropractic can help get to the […]

Do Migraines Cause Eye Twitching?

As a complex condition, migraine causes symptoms. Most patients only experience a headache behind the eyes, vomiting, nausea, and sensory sensitivity. However, others complain about migraine eye twitching which causes involuntary eye or eyelid movements. While it doesn’t pose a serious threat, eye twitching can most definitely cause inconveniences, not to mention discomfort.  Most people […]

What’s BPPV, The Condition Stephen Colbert Lives With?

Stephen Colbert, a comedian and The Late Show host, told a big revelation to his beloved audience on the holiday issue of Vanity Fair. The entertainer opened up about his Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo condition. According to Stephen, he has been experiencing the symptoms during the weekend before the 2020 United States Elections. He found the […]

How Does an Inflamed Trigeminal Nerve Feel?

Did you know that roughly 150,000 people in the US feel pain when they smile because of trigeminal neuralgia? It’s a widespread chronic pain disorder that can severely impact your physical, mental, and psychological well-being. Most of these patients seek upper cervical care or take medications like pain relievers and anticonvulsants to cope.  Have you […]

How Do I Fix Neck Pain From Bad Posture?

Besides the coronavirus situation, thousands of people working from their homes also worry about having a bad posture and its effects, such as persistent upper neck pain. For some people, the pain gets so bad that it drastically affects one’s ability to complete work, personal errands, and other tasks. Others also complain of neck pain […]

8 Unexpected Migraine Facts

Migraine is a fairly common health problem, and yet not a lot of people fully understand it. Unless you experience it firsthand or know someone who frequently deals with migraine attacks, it can be a bit difficult to grasp the situation. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not the same as an ordinary headache. It’s much […]

What To Do When You Have Vertigo

Often, vertigo episodes can be so debilitating that you need to set aside some things until the dizzying sensation subsides. Depending on how intense or long the attacks are, you may lose time and opportunity for family bonding or completing your usual work tasks. It’s a nightmarish situation that could affect not only your physical […]

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