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Chiropractic Treatment For Migraines and Headaches

Chiropractic Treatment For Migraines and Headaches

June is National Migraine Month. How can chiropractic care help treat migraines and headaches?

If you suffer from the intense pain of migraines, you know there is a desire for relief. There is no cure for migraines. Prescription medications will help often, but there can be unwanted side effects such as nausea, stomach pain, and more.

Doctors prescribe muscle relaxers and pain relievers, which address the symptoms but not the underlying cause. It is not known what is the exact cause of migraines, most people who suffer from them report musculoskeletal issues such as muscle tension, stiff neck, and pain and tension in the jaw. Chiropractic treatment works to improve musculoskeletal function and relieves pain without drugs – naturally!

Chiropractic care can help reduce stress on the spine and surrounding muscles. Chiropractic adjustments improve the way nerves send signals throughout the brain and have been shown to improve the flow of blood through the central nervous system. Adjustments are an all-natural way to treat and prevent migraines without the risk of complications and side effects of drugs or surgery.

Dr. Steven Perry can help, when it comes to treating headaches and providing migraine relief.  If you suffer from migraines or headaches, please contact us today for a free consultation.


I am in Tarzana and I would be happy to discuss any of your health concerns.  Whether you live in Tarzana, Reseda, Northridge, Woodland Hills, Calabasas, Van Nuys, Sherman Oaks, West Hills, or Encino, give us a call for a free consultation at (818)881-BACK or (818)881-2225.

Dr. Steve Perry D.C.

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