Combining chiropractic and acupuncture led to complete headache relief for a patient in a recent case study. Earlier research has shown that chiropractic can effectively ease migraine and cervicogenic headache, and evidence suggests that
Topomax, a medication frequently prescribed for migraine headaches as well as weight loss, may up the risk of kidney stones.
In a study published by the National Kidney Foundation, researchers found that the drug appeared
Suffering from a bad bout of PMS? Time to put down the ibuprofen and visit your local acupuncture clinic. New research shows that acupuncture is more effective than medications for managing severe menstrual pain,
Two thirds of employees in industrialized nations spend their days sitting in front of a computer at a desk job. All that time hunched over a screen means more people are developing chronic conditions
In the past few years, transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) has become a more commonly-used treatment for a variety of conditions, including nervous system diseases and headaches. However, little clinical research has been done
According to a new study, people who have migraines may have structural differences in parts of the brain associated with pain. It is speculated these structural differences may make people more vulnerable to migraines.
Vertigo is dizziness caused by the inaccurate perception of motion resulting from dysfunction of the vestibular system. Often, it is associated with balance disorders, and causes difficulties standing or walking, along with nausea and
For many migraine sufferers, sex is the last thing on their mind when a headache hits. But new research suggests it can actually ease headache symptoms.
A team of neurologists from Germany found that “sexual
Headaches are the third most common reason for seeking chiropractic care in the United States. Chiropractors commonly use a variety of treatment modalities to care for patients with headaches, including spinal manipulation, joint mobilization,
Posted on January 28, 2013
Many patients rely on pain medications to manage migraines but did you know those medications may actually be causing you more headaches? A recent study found that medication overuse causes daily headaches in 1
Posted on January 17, 2013