Well­ness Arti­cles

Case Study of a Patient with Chronic Migraine Headaches

From the August 3, 2003 issue of the peer-​reviewed sci­en­tific jour­nal, the Jour­nal of Ver­te­bral Sub­lux­a­tion Research, comes a case study of a 35-​year-​old female who pre­sented with chronic daily ten­sion and migraine headaches. The jour­nal arti­cle fol­lowed a patient’s his­tory of headaches.

A pro­fes­sional ice skater, sus­tained a con­cus­sion by hit­ting her head against the ice at age 23. Prior to the acci­dent, she had no health prob­lems or headaches. Fol­low­ing the con­cus­sion, ten­sion and migraine headaches started. These symp­toms per­sisted over the next twelve years, dur­ing which time the patient uti­lized daily pain medications.

At age 35 the woman started chi­ro­prac­tic care. Ini­tial exam­i­na­tion revealed pres­ence of sub­lux­a­tions in her neck caus­ing nerve inter­fer­ence. Chi­ro­prac­tic adjust­ments were then begun. The results for this patient were life chang­ing. Eval­u­a­tion of the patient’s con­di­tion occurred by doctor’s obser­va­tion, patient’s sub­jec­tive descrip­tion of symp­toms, and ther­mo­graphic scans. The results showed that all headaches were gone fol­low­ing three months of care. At the con­clu­sion of her case at one year, all symp­toms remained absent.

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