Headaches & Migraines

What are Headaches and Migraines caused from?

The latest research shows that headaches and migraines are commonly caused by the dysfunction of the brainstem which is located within the first and second bone of your spine at the top of your neck. By making sure the upper neck vertebrae are in the best position possible we are able to re-organize and reset the brainstem and therefore help alleviate headaches and migraines. Making sure the rest of your spine is in good alignment is also key to keeping this area maintained as well, that's why we assess your entire spine and nervous system. Chiropractic treatment can help, and it does NOT have to involve manual adjusting/cracking of the spine. We are experts in spinal alignments and nervous system function. We can perform multitudes of techniques.

Headaches & Migraines

Signs & Symptoms

-Pain and/or pressure in the head
-Sore eyes or sensitivity to light
-Regular migraines
-Muscle tension in the neck and pain in the shoulders

Primary Benefit Two

This can help the function of the drainage of the sinuses to prevent recurrent blockages and infections that lead to headaches.

Primary Benefit Three

Natural and non invasive treatment that has no adverse side effect that make your mind and body functional in many other ways too.

Headaches & Migraines

Common Headaches people see us for

People have often tried the medical route and realised there's no magic bullet to health and wellbeing. We give you all the tools you need to become the healthiest person you can be.

Tension Headaches

Tension headaches can give you mild to moderate pain and can feel like a tight band around the head (a squeeze or a tightening).

The main symptom is pain on both sides of the head that may be associated with muscle pain. The pain can be more severe in the front of the head for some and in the back of the head (base of the skull) for others.


Migraine headaches are headaches of varying intensity and can often be accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light and sound.

Migraines can cause throbbing in one particular area of the head and can vary in intensity.

Cluster Headaches

Cluster headaches are very intense and occur in patterns or clusters (hence the name).

Bouts of frequent attacks, known as cluster periods, may last from weeks to months that are usually followed by long periods of relief (remission).

Pain is severe on one side of the head, The pain is usually centred over one eye, one temple or the forehead accompanied by symptoms such as nasal discharge or red or tearing eyes.

Sinus Headaches

Sinus headaches are headaches that occur in the forehead and around the cheekbones behind your eyes or on the bridge of your nose.,/p>

The pain is typically a constant dull ache. However, it can be aggravated through sudden movement of the head.

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