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How does upper cervical care treat migraine headaches?

With migraine headaches, there is a difference between 1) cause, 2) effect, and 3) triggers. The effects of migraine headaches are obvious: pain, nausea, visual and balance disturbances. The triggers of migraine headaches are also commonly known: perfumes, stress, exercise, chocolate, caffeine, etc.

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Head and Neck Treatment Chiropractor

Headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, migraines, and TMJ (temporomandibular joint) pain are common neuromuscular conditions that people in Brisbane can experience. 

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Brain Fog - Blood Flow and the Upper Neck

“Brain fog” is a common description where people find they are unable to concentrate or experience troubles with short-term memory and even have difficulty. What makes brain fog even more challenging is that there is no official diagnosis of “brain fog,” and the mechanisms behind it are just as puzzling.

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Natural Headache Relief - Look to the Joints in the Neck

If you have tried the first approach but are ready to do something different - to find the underlying cause of your headaches - one of the most important areas you can look at is the joints in the upper neck, known as the upper cervical spine

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What does Forward Head and Neck Posture mean for people with Dizziness and Vertigo?

Head posture has a significant negative effect on the function of the muscles in your neck. And this may have a significant impact on people experiencing dizziness or vertigo. A recent study looked at individuals with forwarding head posture compared to people who do not

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Posture and Headaches - Is your upper neck aligned? 

The alignment of your head plays a significant role in cervicogenic headaches according to a recent team of researchers.  A cervicogenic headache is a headache that occurs due to irritation of the nerves, muscles or connective tissues in the neck.

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Chiari Malformations - A Natural Option?

If you have been diagnosed with a Chiari malformation of suspect you may have a Chiari malformation, the size of the herniation may not be the most important factor! And there may be options besides surgery!

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Car accident in Brisbane? We may be able to help your musculoskeletal needs immediately.

In addition, neck injuries and whiplash have also been linked with other serious conditions including dizziness, vertigo, post-concussion syndrome, occipital neuralgia, trigeminal neuralgia, fibromyalgia, and even multiple sclerosis.

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Grinding and Clenching your Teeth, Neck Pain, and Headaches?

Grinding and clenching your teeth is a common sign of an underlying neuromuscular condition involving your jaw and the nerves in your upper neck.  Also known as “bruxism,” clenching and grinding your teeth is often attributed to stress.

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Clicking or Popping the Jaw with Neck Pain and Headaches?

Unfortunately, because it is not a formal medical diagnosis, it is not something where you can google “clicking jaw specialist.” The closest person that many people think of as a clicking jaw specialist would be a dentist, an ENT, or maybe a physiotherapist.

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