HEADACHES AND CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Headaches are not unusual! Many
Oxford headache sufferers get headache relief with
Oxford chiropractic care. One in 5 new
chiropractic patients come to a chiropractor’s office like
Satterwhite Chiropractic because of headache. Headache
patients make up a significant part
of the chiropractic practice, and that’s true for Satterwhite Chiropractic.
Chiropractors often identify and co-manage
with other healthcare providers. (1) Spinal manipulation therapy (SMT) for
cervicogenic headache is written to be quite successful.
For the most benefit, a new study reported that 18 SMT
visits in contrast to 1, 6, and 12 visits, is most
effective, reducing 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 Oxford chiropractic care using
the Cox® Technic
TIP OF THE MONTH: Vitamin D for Reduced Migraines
It has been offered
that the inflammation and a diminished 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 seemingly therapeutic.
(3) A recent study reports that better
levels of serum Vitamin D (50 to less than 100 ng/mL) decreases
the odds of having a migraine headache by 80% to 83% versus levels below 20 ng/mL. (4) Oxford migraine
sufferers may want to consider enhancing their
Vitamin D status alongside their Oxford
chiropractic care plan.
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