HEADACHES AND CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Headaches are not unusual! Many
Pensacola headache sufferers attain headache relief with
Pensacola chiropractic care. One in 5 new
chiropractic patients visit to a chiropractor’s office like
Pensacola Spinal Rehab Center with a complaint of headache. Headache
patients account for a sizeable part
of the chiropractic practice, and that’s true for Pensacola Spinal Rehab Center.
Chiropractors many times diagnose and participate in interdisciplinary care of headache patients
with other healthcare providers. (1) Spinal manipulation therapy (SMT) for
cervicogenic headache is reported to be quite effective.
For the most benefit, a new study found that 18 SMT
visits compared with 1, 6, and 12 visits, is most
effective, lowering cervicogenic headache days by 50%.
Compared with slight massage, SMT also produced three more cervicogenic headache-free days a month. (2)
Listen to this PODCAST
with Dr. Mike Poulin on The Back
Doctor’s Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson about headache and its
relieving Pensacola chiropractic care using
the Cox® Technic
TIP OF THE MONTH: Vitamin D for Reduced Migraines
It’s been proposed
that the inflammation and a reduced immune system may have
a role in migraine headache. The role of nutrients – vitamin D, vitamin B12,
alpha lipoic acid, CoQ10, magnesium, niacin, riboflavin, and riboflavin - in
the supportive care of migraines is said to be therapeutic.
(3) A new study writes that higher
levels of serum Vitamin D (50 to less than 100 ng/mL) lessens
the odds of having a migraine headache by 80% to 83% as
opposed to levels below 20 ng/mL. (4) Pensacola migraine
sufferers may try to enhance their
Vitamin D status alongside their Pensacola
chiropractic care plan.
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