Migraine Headache Treatment

As any migraine sufferer will tell you, migraines are not “just bad headaches”. They can be painful and are usually accompanied by nausea, light or noise sensitivity and, visual disturbances. Migraines are usually the result of nerve issues and blood vessels in your head. True migraines are often tough entities to deal with.

Migraine headaches can have many triggers and can be unpredictable. Food, additives, excessive exercise and stress are just some examples of these triggers. Migraine headaches typically last from 4-72 hours. Some get migraines several times a week while others experience them once a year.

In our experience at our Sydney CBD clinic, chiropractic treatment and soft tissue work will often decrease the severity, frequency and longevity of a migraine. Our migraine headache treatment mix can be enough to control your migraines and lessen the blow when one sets in. In more severe cases, a multidisciplinary approach is often necessary.

When choosing a migraine headache treatment plan, it’s a good idea to start with the least invasive. This means choosing a treatment least likely to cause you harm with a good chance of working.

Active Release Techniques®

Active Release Techniques ® is a medically patented physical therapy designed for soft tissue injuries. Our chiropractors can help get your muscles, ligaments, fascia, tendons, and nerves that may be contributing to your migraine headache back in shape.

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Shock Wave Therapy (SWT)

Shock Wave Therapy is a new research-backed treatment for acute pain, chronic pain, and trigger point management. It uses a high-intensity sound wave (not ultrasound or electrical shock) to interact with the tissues of the body. It’s also a non-invasive form of health care.

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Chiropractic Treatment

The goal of chiropractic care is to gradually restore the spine and joints to their natural position and motion, thus improving posture, nervous system function, spine function, and overall health. It is a safe, natural, and effective form of health care.

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