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Supporting the spine

MagazineSeptember 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 6)Supporting the spine

Migraine sufferers often report neck pain, tender neck joints and limited neck movement

Migraine sufferers often report neck pain, tender neck joints and limited neck movement. A high percentage of migraine sufferers improve with chiropractic and other forms of spinal manipulation (Australas Chir Osteop, 1997; 6: 85-91). Headache frequency and duration, nausea and sensitivity to light improved for a year after a two-month course of manipulation (Australas Chir Osteop, 1999; 8: 61-5). Indeed, spinal manipulation can be as effective as medication in reducing migraine suffering, with fewer side-effects (J Manip Physiol Ther, 1998; 21: 511-8).


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