Headaches Can Come From Spinal Misalignment

Headaches are a common part of life for many Americans, including residents of Klamath Falls. It is estimated that around 9 out of 10 adults in this country suffer from pain in the head. This can be debilitating, and many individuals will turn to medications to help alleviate the pain. There is another option that you can pursue – chiropractic treatments. Advanced Chiropractic can work with you to determine the underlying cause of your headaches and put together a plan for you to find relief.

Headaches Can Come From Spinal Misalignment

Headaches Can Be the Result of Spinal Misalignment

Some headaches are caused by the spine being misaligned, which puts pressure on the nerves and vertebrae. When this is the case, all of the medications you are taking might help to stop the pain, but they aren’t going to address the issue that is causing it. Instead of relying only on the quick fix that medicine provides, you can turn to chiropractic care, which can provide long-term relief.

Chiropractic Treatments Address Back Problems

For many Americans, the problem that is leading to the headaches stems from the upper back or neck. Misalignments in this area can lead to pressure on the nerves that extend to the head. It can also cause changes in the alignment of the shoulders, which can also lead to headaches.

Visiting the chiropractor for an appointment can help you to find out why you are getting headaches. Once the doctor has this information, a custom treatment plan is designed for you. The top priority is helping to alleviate the pain you are in. Your chiropractor will also take steps to correct the problem that is causing the pain.

Long-Term Chiropractic Care Helps

When you start receiving chiropractic care, you should plan on coming to our Klamath Falls office frequently. This enables the doctor to provide the adjustments that will get your spine back in alignment. As time progresses, you will be able to wait longer between your appointments, but continuing with the care is imperative so that you are continuing to keep your spine aligned. This can help you to feel better overall and can help to prevent issues with headaches in the future.

Contact Advanced Chiropractic to Schedule Your Appointment

You don’t have to live with headaches. Contact Advanced Chiropractic at 541-273-5433 to schedule an appointment with our chiropractor. Our team of professionals is ready to help Klamath Falls residents find the relief they need today!


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