Vertebral correction: the effective, drug-free solution to curbing headaches!
Do you suffer from migraines?
Neurological explanation for migraines with a cervical origin
Current research, as well as clinical observations of patients prone to migraines permit us to now consider the cervical region as a source of migraine cause and/or aggravation. Although the link between migraines and their status as cervicogenic (i.e., of cervical origin) is recognizable clinically, the exact neurological mechanisms are still under investigation.
Nevertheless, there exists a new proposed mechanism that seeks to explain the origin of neurological dysfunction leading to the cranial vascular circulatory phenomenon we call migraine.
The aim of our clinic is to relieve and treat migraines as well as other primary headaches, without the use of drugs. The therapeutic care offered and administered by our professionals is the result of the latest scientific research. Studies have sought to demonstrate the cervical origin of migraines and of a number of primary headache types
The care offered aims at relieving and reducing the frequency of the occurrence of migraine episodes and other severe headaches. Thereby, this natural care approach gives patients a chance to enjoy a superior quality of life.
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Who Consults Us?
The patients who come to our migraine and headache natural care clinic do not require a medical diagnosis or referral to consult with us. The first visit consists of an interview (anamnesis) and a full examination of the cervical region based on orthopaedic, neurological and postural assessment tests. Following an analysis of results, a diagnosis will be made. You will then be given information about the treatment care that your condition requires, and whether or not it is treatable at the clinic.
The National Population Health Study (NPHS) revealed that 8% of Canadians aged 12 and up (i.e., close to two million people) have been diagnosed as having migraines.