Why Choose Chiropractic as a Natural Headache Treatment?
When you pass 20 people walking down the street in Shallotte or Leland, statistics say that one of them suffers from headaches on a daily basis.
People tend to write off headaches as an inevitable part of life. The reality is, however, that headaches are a serious condition.
Headaches are one of the most common central nervous system disorders in the world. While taking an OTC medication like Motrin can reduce short-term symptoms, chiropractic care can identify provide natural headache treatment for the problem’s source.
Why is Chiropractic the Right Choice for Headaches?
About 5% of headaches are symptoms that other conditions set off as warning signals. Insomnia, blood sugar changes, stress, light – these can all trigger headaches.
The other 95% of headaches aren’t symptoms of any other condition. Instead, these are primary headaches from tension in your neck muscles and/or sedentary behavior.
Your chiropractor will evaluate your medical history and symptoms, order x-rays, and listen to your symptoms to identify the source of your headaches. From there, your doctor will recommend adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and exercises with the goal of relieving tension in your spine, upper back, neck, and skull.
Natural Headache Treatment in Shallotte and Leland
Our team of doctors and therapists at Coastal Integrative Health is specially trained to identify the cause of your headaches and provide a personalized treatment plan.
Depending on your unique symptoms and condition, your treatment plan may include gentle spinal adjustments and chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue massage therapy, physical therapy, rehabilitative exercises, and cold laser therapy to heal damaged nerves.
Your doctor will evaluate your symptoms, medical history, and lifestyle habits and create a unique treatment plan centered on long-term relief.
Don’t learn to live with headaches. Schedule an appointment at Coastal Integrative Health today by calling 910-755-5400 (Shallotte) or 910-408-1778.