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Headaches


Headaches

According to a recent study by a leading consumer magazine, headaches are the single most common condition for which people are dissatisfied for the treatment they have received. Although there are many different types of headaches, the most common are tension (muscle contraction) headaches and migraines. Current scientific literature supports the fact that many headaches may stem from abnormalities in the neck, and typically respond very well to chiropractic therapies. There are certain secondary factors that can contribute to the headache, or can be triggers for a headache episode. These include stress, emotional disturbances, or certain foods like chocolate or red wine. Also, hormones, such as those related to the menstrual cycle, can play a role. If you are currently suffering from headaches, it is also important to be examined by a healthcare practitioner to rule out any more potentially serious causes of headaches. Regardless of the type of headache, effective treatment starts with the identification of factors that are unique to each patient and a clear diagnosis. It is important to remember that a headache is a symptom, not an accurate diagnosis.

The chiropractors at South Georgia Chiropractic specialize in identifying the cause of your headaches, and making the appropriate treatment recommendations which often include nutritional modifications, supplemental intervention, and home stretching techniques. Only after the cause of the headache is determined can the correct treatment approach be taken. Current scientific literature supports the fact that many headaches may stem from abnormalities in the neck, and typically respond very well to chiropractic therapies. There are certain secondary factors that can contribute to the headache, or can be triggers for a headache episode. These include stress, emotional certain foods like chocolate or red wine. Also, hormones, such as those related to the menstrual cycle, can play a role. At South Georgia Chiropractic, we are committed to identifying the cause of your headaches and providing the highest quality treatment options and recommendations for your relief.


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