Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Headache and Spine

In my experience, many headache sufferers present to our office with a common finding. Although age, gender, prior history and a ton of other areas do play a roll, the one common finding is less obvious. The one common finding headache sufferers tend to present with is changes in the proper position / motion of the bones of the neck. 

- This shows many of the nerves associated with the neck

- This shows many of the muscles and blood vessels associated with the neck.

- Appreciate how poor spinal position  of the bones could irritate nerves.

While the anatomy is complex, the concept is simple. Correct the spine, remove nerve interference and let the body heal.

Looking for headache relief? We have answers.

 Richard H. Crokn, DC