Headaches and Migraines: Chiropractic Can Help


Each day hundreds of thousands Americans reach for the medicine cabinet or call their medical doctors in hopes of eliminating their headaches and migraines. Unfortunately though, pain medication or similar treatments are short-lived, and in no way address the root cause of the problem.

The root of most headaches can be traced back to two things; dehydration or a misalignment in the neck. Yet, most doctors are quick to pull out their prescription pads and move on to the next patient, without fully addressing the problem at hand.

Misalignments in the spine can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor postural habits (working behind a computer, laying on your side watching television, using an improper pillow at nights, etc.), automobile or workplace accidents, or injuries sustained during sports or lifting heavy groceries.

If left untreated, the misalignment will start to exert constant and dangerous pressure on the delicate nerves in the back or neck, leading to not only pain, but more importantly organ dysfunction and disease.

As the name implies, corrective chiropractic care (through a technique called Chiropractic BioPhysics®) is meant to realign the spine back to normal health and alleviate pressure from damaging or interfering with the nerves.  Soon after corrective care, most patients report vitality, a feeling of wellness, and of course an end to their recurring headaches and migraines.

If you or a loved one is needlessly suffering from headaches or migraines, contact Holt Chiropractic and Massage in Port Orchard Washington, to see if you qualify for corrective care.  Of course, consultation is always free.

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