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Migraines, Headaches and Upper Cervical

If you are currently living with migraine headaches, you know the classic symptoms of intense pain, extreme sensitivity to light or sound, nausea, and vomiting. Some migraine sufferers also experience visual disturbances or auras, numbness, tingling, clumsiness, or have difficulty communicating. Typical medical treatments consist of both over-the-counter and prescription drugs.

However, if you have seen the drug ads on TV or read the Physician’s Desk Reference, you know that all of the common migraine drugs are potentially dangerous and can cause serious side effects. Migraines can be triggered by a number of factors but, most importantly, the relationship between your head and neck!

Can you help?

YES, because the upper neck can be one of the main sources of headaches and migraines. The relationship between your skull and your spine makes up one of the most important joints because through these structures run your spinal cord and nerves for your ENTIRE BODY!

Making sure that these are moving properly and not impeding structures such as your spinal cord, nerves, cerebrospinal fluid and arteries are ESSENTIAL to helping migraine sufferers find relief!

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