Migraine:Supporting the spine

Migraine sufferers often report neck pain, tender neck joints and limited neck movement. A high percentage of migraine sufferers improve with chiropractic and other forms of spinal manipulation (Australas Chir Osteop, 1997; 6: 85-91). Headache frequency and duration, nausea and sensitivity to light improved for a year after a two-month course of manipulation (Australas Chir Osteop, 1999; 8: 61-5). Indeed, spinal manipulation can be as effective as medication in reducing migraine suffering, with fewer side-effects (J Manip Physiol Ther, 1998; 21: 511-8).

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