Many parents of children suffering from headaches and neck pain have considered chiropractic treatments. Previous research has confirmed that chiropractic care is safe for children. In a recent study of European chiropractors, less than 1% of
Posted on December 28, 2012
An estimated 11-28% of adults suffer from chronic dizziness —a never-ending feeling of spinning, unsteadiness, and disorientation. These symptoms are common in patients with headache, neck pain, and whiplash-associated disorders.
Fortunately, a growing body of
Posted on December 13, 2012
Nearly 18% of women are plagued with chronic migraine, compared to just 6% of men, according to epidemiological studies. New research offers insight into the migraine gender gap: it’s all in the head, or
Posted on November 28, 2012
Many headaches arise from cervical musculoskeletal disorders. Often, conservative therapies are recommended as the first treatment for cervicogenic headache, but it was previously unclear which treatments were the most effective. Should patients be prescribed
Posted on November 7, 2012
Recurrent neck pain and headaches are among the most commonly occurring types of pain during childhood and preadolescence. Despite its prevalence, many parents underestimate the extent of their children’s head and neck pain. In
Posted on November 2, 2012
Pregnancy can be a wonderful time in a woman’s life but it can also be the source of significant pain. Conditions like back pain and migraine can make it difficult to sleep and can
Posted on October 31, 2012
Headaches are common in children, but their treatment presents a challenge for doctors. The medical approach to treating children with headaches involves both pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic interventions. To add to the evidence of the
Posted on October 22, 2012
While most people’s immediate response to a headache is to reach for the medicine cabinet, new research suggests the very drugs meant to decrease your pain could be making it worse.
Up to a million
Posted on October 15, 2012
Headache is reported in 90% of auto injury patients, and there are many different possible causes.
Cervicogenic headaches are probably the most common after a car crash. Cervicogenic means “originating in the neck” and these
Posted on September 20, 2012
Tension and cervicogenic headaches are clinically similar, but they are associated with varying personality traits. A recent study evaluated the personality differences between chronic headache sufferers to determine the traits most closely linked to
Posted on September 19, 2012