Migraines / Headaches

Migraines can be a nightmarish neurological condition to have. After exposure to triggers like loud sounds and bright lights, you will likely experience mild to severe migraine attacks and deal with debilitating symptoms like pulsating head pain, sensory sensitivity, nausea, vertigo, and aura. Fortunately, holistic options like consulting with an Upper Cervical chiropractor for migraines offer a glimmer of hope to affected individuals.  

Upper Cervical technique addresses posture problems that arise from injuries, trauma, and even poor posture. If your head tilts at an awkward angle, the uppermost neckbone shifts out of place. This affects the tissues that pass through the atlas and axis bones, such as the brainstem, cranial nerves, and cerebral blood vessels. 

The slightest change can disrupt fluid balance in the head and increase neck muscle tension. Eventually, this can set off painful migraine episodes and other recurring health concerns. Thankfully, comprehensive consultation with an Upper Cervical chiropractor for migraines can help improve your symptoms. With the help of Upper Cervical Chiropractic, you can correct your posture, which ultimately eliminates problems such as neck muscle soreness, inflammation, and heightened pain sensitivity. 

Upper Cervical doctors use specially designed techniques to ease displaced atlas and axis bones into their supposed alignment. Patients undergo comprehensive assessments like X-ray scans and medical history reviews, so Upper Cervical chiropractors can offer tailored-fit care.


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Migraines, Neck Pain, And Sleep Problem All Gone After Trying Upper Cervical Care
Bea came to N8 Upper Cervical with excruciating neck pain, stiffness, and migraine that would re-occur from time to time. She also had difficulty sleeping. She works night shift, so she really had a disruptive sleeping cycle. In addition, her overall mental and physical state w...
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Vertigo, Migraine, and A Lot More Conditions Helped Through Upper Cervical Care
Ratanya suffered from vertigo, migraines, and numbness in her arms for two years. She also couldn't sleep very well and experienced numbness of breathing, severe neck pain, and even pain in her eyes. She tried many different therapies and was told, "it was all in her head; ther...
Years Of Daily Migraines And Headaches Gone After Upper Cervical Adjustment
Jon had migraines and daily headaches for years. He came to San Jose Chiropractic in September 2019. Jacksonville Upper Cervical Chiropractor Dr. Owais only adjusted his C1, and Jon holds for a year at a time with no headaches or migraine
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Saline has been struggling with severe migraine since 2014, along with neck pain. She experienced 1-2 migraine episodes per week that lasted the whole day. In October, her migraines got really severe, resulting in blurry vision that made Saline decide to quit her job. She has t...
3 Years of Debilitating Migraines Gone With The Help of Upper Cervical Care
Jill from Alabama had issues with debilitating migraines for three years. It affected her life negatively. She couldn't do anything when the pain strikes. After the first adjustment at Liberty Upper Cervical Chiropractic, the migraines were gone, and now Jill is 5 Months Migrai...

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