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Posted on 03-31-2014
In the United States, reported incidents of people who suffer with migraines have reached epic proportions. About 37 million people from teens to adults suffer from migraine pain, meaning that a staggering 13 percent of Americans deal with this affliction on a regular basis. Women are more likely to struggle with migraines than are men, and many people report complete inability to work or function during a migraine attack.
While these statistics are shocking, there are ways to alleviate the debilitating symptoms of headaches and migraines with natural pain relief. Dr. Samantha Stuart DC, PC is an experienced Portland chiropractor specializing in natural pain management for people suffering with headaches and migraines. Many doctors will treat migraines with strong drugs, which are often largely ineffective, or have such severe side effects that they may leave the patient temporarily incapacitated from the powerful side effects.
Dr. Samantha Stuart believes in a holistic approach to treating headaches and migraines, using chiropractic techniques for natural pain relief and assistance with pain management. For people who have suffered and struggled with migraines for years, this may sound too good to be true. Dr. Stuart has had numerous success stories, however, so let us assure you that natural pain relief from headaches and migraines can indeed be a reality.
A misalignment of the cervical spine is often the root cause of migraine and headache pain. Because the spine is the center of the human body, when it is out of alignment a whole host of ailments, among them headaches and migraines, often result. The RCPM muscle also runs along the cervical spine, and when excess pressure is placed on this muscle, the result is directly linked to headaches and migraines. With gentle chiropractic adjustments over a period of time, the spine begins to realign, thus alleviating your pain in a natural and long lasting manner.
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