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Do your headaches become so severe that they interfere with your daily activities or decrease the quality of your life? Is neck pain associated with the onset of your headache or does it immediately follow a headache? If so, it’s important to know that you are not alone. Millions of people suffer from headaches ranging from mild to severe. Some headaches can even greatly affect a person’s ability to function.

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People can experience many types of headaches such as migraines, muscular headaches, cluster headaches, tension headaches and ocular headaches. In some situations, these headaches are caused by the muscles, tendons and ligaments that support the neck.

In some situations, one or more of the following imbalances may be to blame for your headaches:

  • Poor nutrition and diet
  • Bad posture
  • Trauma, such as a sports injury or car accident
  • Degeneration of the discs in the neck
  • Laxity of the ligaments in the neck
  • Loss of curvature in the spine

Fortunately, a large majority of headaches can be relieved. When you work with our medical team, we can thoroughly review your history, get to know you and your lifestyle, and try to find the cause of the pain that you may be suffering.

Headaches and tension can be resolved through:

  • chiropractic care
  • physical therapy
  • adjustments of the neck
  • regenerative injections
  • trigger point injections
Healing without surgery

For any neck pain or the headaches associated with neck pain, we recommend that a person be seen by a medical professional right away. Our team is trained and able to work with you in understanding your pain and its source and providing effective nonsurgical relief.

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