Research into Chi­ro­prac­tic treat­ment have con­cluded that Chi­ro­prac­tic is effec­tive in the pre­ven­tion of some forms of Migraine. Your Chi­ro­prac­tor will con­duct a detailed orthopaedic and neu­ro­log­i­cal exam­i­na­tion in order to assess the cause of your Migraines. Some Migraines are caused by nerve inter­fer­ence usu­ally occur­ring at the top of the neck.

Some­times a patient’s med­ical his­tory will include a neck trauma event (e.g. in motor vehi­cle col­li­sions), although chronic pos­tural strain, (e.g. in patients who work at a com­puter or are required to engage in pro­longed dri­ving), may be fac­tors involved in Migraine cau­sa­tion. Many fac­tors will be con­sid­ered includ­ing your past med­ical his­tory, med­ica­tion, pos­tural and ergonomic influ­ences and any his­tory of injury.

Your Chi­ro­prac­tor is trained to diag­nose the cause of your Migraines and will select the most appro­pri­ate treat­ment for you.