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Headaches & Migraines
A headache has a way of slowing down your day, but recurring headaches and migraines can be disruptive to your life. Here at Nichols Chiropractic, we believe everyone has a right to a pain-free life. It is our goal to help our patients overcome recurring headaches using techniques that work not only for pain management, but to alleviate the source of the headaches altogether.
When you visit our office, our consultation starts by attempting to identify the cause of your headaches. There are several things that may trigger headaches or migraines, although there is no specific known reason why some individuals are more prone to them than others. Examples of common headaches triggers include stress, poor sleeping habits, diet, allergies, and other environmental triggers, such as perfumes.
Here at our Manhattan office, each chiropractor on our staff is trained and experienced in treating headaches and the conditions that cause them. If you suffer from an uncorrected car accident injury or sports injury, we can develop a customized treatment plan designed to restore proper alignment to your neck and back, as well as reduce spinal compression and alleviate disc herniation. Our treatments usually involve both hands-on chiropractic care, aswell as advanced technological instrument adjusting and spinal correction.
We recognize that some of our patients may experience headaches that are unrelated to injuries or neck posture. That is why we also offer wellness coaching in addition to our rehabilitation and injury correction services. Wellness coaching involves identifying any environmental, lifestyle or dietary triggers that could be activating headaches and migraines.
We may recommend different sleeping positions, exercises or even eliminating certain foods from your diet to identify the source of your headaches. Furthermore, we will likely recommend seeing a chiropractor for regular maintenance adjustments to prevent future injuries and headaches.