Why Chiropractic Care and Craniosacral Therapy Are Good Options for Migraine Headaches

Migraine headaches that are left untreated can do so much more than cause severe pain. These attacks can cause aching, throbbing headaches and are often accompanied with other severe symptoms like nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light and sound. Individuals who suffer from severe migraines often deal with pain that can last between a few hours to a few days. They may have to stay home from work or school until the pain subsides. While over-the-counter pain medication and prescription drugs can help reduce the pain associated with migraines, these treatment options can not permanently stop them from occurring. Plus, they are not always the most effective. There are many people who rely on pain medication daily to help with their migraine headaches, and those individuals would love to find a better alternative to taking so much medication. Experts recently found a few preventative measures known to help eliminate migraine [...]

By |December 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Spring Break Family Vacation 2018

I have for a long time wanted to start a Blog. My topics of interest are vast as it relates to ailments I’m passionate about treating. So why not start a blog from a personal perspective, one that culminated on a spring break family vacation in March, 2018. It seems that my perception of the world these days is influenced by a deep desire to be in the know, to be one with the Craniosacral Mechanism. It is this mechanism that drives a living organism. Monks in ancient Tibet practiced cranial work and, in our civilization Dr. William Sutherland developed cranial hands-on manual methods during his career as an Osteopath starting in the 1930’s. Today’s Craniosacral Therapy which stems from Osteopathy is one piece of the puzzle in attempting to maintain or restore an optimally functioning craniosacral mechanism and creating homeostasis and balance of human function. On these travels with [...]

By |October 14th, 2018|0 Comments
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