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Migraine from Finchley Back Care Centre

By: Finchley Back Care Centre  06/11/2015
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Chiropractors acknowledge that there are many causes of headaches. Migraine headaches are recurrent/episodic moderate or severe headaches which are usually unilateral, pulsating, aggravated by routine physical activity and are associated and are associated with nauseas, vomiting, photophobia or phonophobia. Pain can be mild, moderate or extremely severe, throbbing in nature, unilateral or bilateral. Migraines and Chiropractic Treatment Migraines can often be debilitating, with some people being unable to even leave the house. It’s an intense and throbbing pain, which often occurs in one side of the head, although it can be more generalised.

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