Weeks after a car accident, Megan’s occasional headaches turned into migraines several times per week. She never thought her headache healing would happen like this.
Is there a connection between neck trauma and headaches?
Did you know? A history of a mild neck injury could be related to chronic headache pain. While many doctors look to their patient’s diet, hormones, or allergic reactions to explain chronic migraine headache pain, an upper cervical doctor looks to the health of the head-to-neck junction. And many patients say it just makes sense to look there first.
Watch Megan’s story now about her upper cervical chiropractic care in Auburn Hills.
I was in a car accident about 6 months ago. Since then I started getting headaches. And I decided it was too many headaches for that short amount of time. I decided I needed care, but I didn’t know what to do.
Both my mom and my sister came to this NUCCA chiropractic place, and they raved about it…How it was very gentle. So I decided, alright, I’ll go. So I went.
Within the first two weeks it was incredible. The migraines were going away. There were less and less every week. And the pressure I had since the accident was gone…I would recommend it to anyone. Come and try it out.
The worst that could happen is that your pain could stay the same.
–Megan P., Harrison Township, MI
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