In order to find your headache cure, you must find out the cause. A cause of headaches can be from spinal bones in the neck that aren’t supporting your head properly. They’re not moving right. This can affect nerves, muscles and even the blood supply to your head.
Chiropractic doctors locate areas of the spine that aren’t moving properly. They notice spinal curves. They look at your posture and your ability to turn and bend. These and many other examinations can help determine if you are likely to benefit from chiropractic care.
Chiropractic Doctors Locate Areas of the Spine That Aren’t Moving Right
If you’re a good chiropractic candidate, your care will consist of a schedule of chiropractic adjustments. These help normalize spinal function, help restore essential spinal curves, improve circulation and reduce nerve irritation. Many patients report fewer and less severe headaches.
While we can’t guarantee results, our office has a high success rate with patients who get headaches.
[fancy_header3 variation=”blue”]What causes headaches?[/fancy_header3]
The most common causes are physical trauma, emotional stress, nutritional deficiencies or chemical toxins. Sometimes there may be a combination of these and other factors. Our examination process helps identify the most likely cause.
[fancy_header3 variation=”blue”]How long will it take?[/fancy_header3]
Some patients enjoy results quickly. Others notice a slow decline in their symptoms after several weeks or longer of chiropractic care. It’s impossible to predict. If you’ve had chronic headaches for many years, improvement can take time.
[fancy_header3 variation=”blue”]What if I don’t have a headache when I come in?[/fancy_header3]
Chiropractic isn’t an aspirin! Repeated visits, even when you’re feeling better, can help retrain and strengthen the muscles that support your spine. Just as it takes more than one or two workouts at the gym to get in shape, it takes time for your spine to heal.
[fancy_header3 variation=”blue”]What if chiropractic doesn’t work?[/fancy_header3]
Headaches may be common, but they’re not normal. Every headache has a cause. If we’re unable to find and correct the cause of your headaches, we can refer to other specialists who may be able to help. Your health is our only goal. The first step to your headache cure is an evaluation.