Those who suffer migraine headaches know how debilitating they can be—sometimes, they can last for days.

Migraine headaches can arise from restricted joints in the neck and muscle tension. This is common in the workplace where computers are mainly used causing increased stress and strain on the neck.

Women are nearly 3 times more likely to get migraines than men.

To help ease migraine pain, Dr. Richard Tavares—Dr. Rick the Chiropractor—can perform gentle neck manipulation, massage and other soft tissue techniques.

Several clinical trials indicate that spinal manipulation therapy may help treat migraine headaches. In one study of people with migraines, 22% of those who received chiropractic manipulation reported more than a 90% reduction of attacks. Also, 49% reported a significant reduction of the intensity of each migraine.


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