If you reach for over-the-counter or prescription medication when you have a headache or migraine, you’re only treating the symptom, not the true cause of your pain. The chiropractic approach views headaches as a sign of disequilibrium in the body. By bringing your body back into balance, we can help you find lasting relief.
The most common reason for headaches and migraines is structural issues: poor posture, cervical disc problems, misalignment of the neck vertebrae, and muscle tension. The treatment for headaches due to structural issues starts with spinal adjustments to bring the back into proper alignment; these adjustments are supplemented with soft tissue massage, passive therapy, and at-home stretches and exercises. This treatment protocol has proven effective in helping countless patients with chronic headaches and migraines.
If structural problems aren’t the cause of your headaches, our next step is to determine if you have any chemical triggers. These may include the medications you’re taking, environmental factors, and food allergies or sensitivities. If you’re not able to avoid these triggers, we can prescribe a supplement regimen to help counteract your triggers and keep your body in balance.
Here at Palmercare Chiropractic we do our best to not only get you healthy but keep you healthy! Chiropractic care is one of the most important aspects of healthcare in order to achieve optimal health. Chiropractic care is based off the concept of eliminating misalignment and nerve interference of the spine.
As a Chiropractors we focus and work on your nervous system removing subluxations, getting the nerves turned on and firing so your body is able to heal itself as it should and perform at optimal levels!
Chiropractic care is so much more than a quick fix for neck and back pain. Babies and children struggling with bedwetting, colic, ear infections, and feeding issues can find relief with chiropractic care too! Find out more about what we can do to help your little one by contacting Palmercare chiropracter today!