Chiropractic migraine treatment is complex, and treatment must be individualized and tailored to the patient’s clinical features. This treatment is divided into non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic management. A new method of migraine treatment is being developed and is now available. Chiropractic migraine treatment is aimed at relieving symptoms and preventing additional attacks.
There are options for migraine sufferers who seek to find a successful chiropractic migraine treatment, some of the alternative therapies that are available to individuals seeking migraine treatment are acupuncture, biofeedback, chiropractic care, as well as massage therapy. Chiropractic migraine treatment can lessen migraine occurrences when the right migraine treatment is sought. Continue reading “Painless Chiropractic Migraine Treatment”
Chiropractic treatment headaches is an excellent, natural, and safe option. If you suffer from frequent headaches, chiropractic treatment headaches can help. The exact cause of these severe headaches is uncertain, genetics and environmental triggers are both thought to play key roles in the onset of migraines.
A shoulder impingement occurs when soft tissues are “pinched” between the underside of the AC joint and the top of your humerus. For those of you who are unfamiliar with these structures, the AC joint is made up of the outer portion of your collar bone and a hook of bone that comes off the top of your shoulder blade.
If you have a pinched nerve you may experience neck pain that travels down your arm or back pain that runs down your leg. Pinched nerves can occur whenever abnormal pressure, constriction or stretch is applied to a nerve by surrounding bones, cartilage, muscles or tendons. This increased pressure interferes with the nerve’s function, resulting in pain, tingling, numbness or weakness. Some frequently diagnosed examples of pinched nerves include sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Medical Doctors in San Diego OVER Prescribing Opioids
Not ALL ‘Medical’ Doctors in San Diego are Guilty. But, enough are to compound the addiction problem.
Unrelenting headlines regarding the nation’s Opioid epidemic can make it seem medical doctors are so ready to prescribe these potentially highly addictive medications. Opioids help in reducing pain but also maybe misused in harmful ways. So many prescriptions are being issued that these “Medical” professionals’ may as well be placing opioid dispensers in their waiting rooms.
But don’t take our word for it – It’s all over the news like this report from KSUI San Diego:
Posted: Aug 18, 2017 8:39 PM PDTUpdated: Aug 21, 2017 3:07 AM PDT
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The opioid epidemic in America has taken hold and is not on its way out anytime soon. Perhaps the hardest hit is Montgomery County, Ohio where law enforcement and local government are doing their best to wage war on the epidemic. Known as the “overdose capital of America,” the county sees more drug deaths than any other county in the country. In fact, the opioid problem has gotten so extreme that Ohio State Attorney General, Mike DeWine, is suing five prescription opioid drug manufacturers for the role they have played in the staggering number of opioid-related deaths.
While the current opioid street drugs that are plaguing Montgomery County are believed to be trafficked in from China (the world’s largest illegal exporter of the opioid Fentanyl) via Mexico, the opioid problem began two decades ago with prescription painkillers.