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Migraine Headache Symptoms Alleviated with Chiropractic Care

migraine-headache.jpgAt Eulo Chiropractic Center, our Sewell chiropractor often sees patients with migraine-related ailments. As those suffering from chronic headaches know, we also understand how debilitating they can be. A large number of people suffer from some sort of migraine headache symptoms on a regular basis. General migraine headaches symptoms include a throbbing pain in at least one temple, in the eye socket area, or near the back of the skull. 

Migraines also have a varying degree of intensity from one patient to another and one attack to the next. Sleeplessness, fatigue, irritability, depression, and sensitivity to light can also all be symptoms experienced during a migraine. Vision problems can also occur shortly before and after a serious migraine.

The main percentage of headaches is considered primary, meaning they are the first problem and not a sign of an underlying disorder, and they exist without the presence of any associated medical condition. Cluster headaches, tension headaches, and several types of migraine headaches are all seen as primary headaches. However, Dr. Eulo has determined that one of the biggest causes of primary types of migraine headaches is neck tension and other related spinal problems. This is where visiting our chiropractic clinic can help with migraine headaches treatment.

Tension Headaches, Cluster Headaches, and Migraine Headaches Treatment

Instead of prescribing pain medication, Dr. Eulo addresses headaches with all natural chiropractic treatment. Most people who suffer from chronic migraine headache symptoms also suffer from a neck or back misalignment. Through regular chiropractic adjustment and spinal manipulation, Dr. Eulo can help alleviate muscle tension, which is seen as the trigger of many migraine, tension, and cluster headaches.

Triggers such as back strain, sitting in front of a computer daily, poor posture, and dehydration can also cause headaches. Stress at work or home, certain foods, and other external factors may also be seen as the cause for chronic pain. Our staff works to coach each of our patients on improving well-being and nutrition habits, which can sometimes work to alleviate migraine headache symptoms and triggers. Posture, ergonomics, exercise, and relaxation may also be topics of guidance to help our patients feel better fast.

No matter what the chosen treatment for migraine headache symptoms, our patients must be watchful and observant to make sure this condition does not return. By understanding and knowing which triggers lead to a migraine, tension, or cluster headache problem, many are able to keep the pain from recurring. This often means avoiding certain foods or situations that act as triggers.

Patients from Washington Township area and surrounding communities of Sewell, Turnersville, Williamstown, Blackwood, and Glassboro interested in tension headaches, cluster headaches, or migraine headaches treatment may call our office at 856-269-4567.