A Complex Neurological Condition If you experience migraine headaches, you know firsthand how frustrating this condition can be. Sometimes, you can sense when you’re developing a migraine, but sometimes a migraine seems to come “out of nowhere.”
According to the Migraine Research Foundation, migraine is the third most common illness in the world. Despite how common they are, we still don't know exactly why migraine headaches occur. We do know, however, that migraine is a neurological condition.
If you need help reducing the intensity or frequency of your migraines, contact NeuroHealth. We specialize in neurorehabilitation, the treatment of complex neurological conditions. Our evidence-based services are excellent complements to conventional medicine, and our diagnostic processes can reveal the root causes of your migraines.
Understanding Migraine Causes Migraines may be brought on by triggers like stress, scents, dehydration, and bright lights, and these triggers vary from person to person. Often, you may sense when you’re developing a migraine due to "prodrome" symptoms – food cravings, decreased energy, irritability, neck stiffness, or frequent yawning.
Your nervous system and your metabolic, immune, and digestive systems are interconnected. So issues like gut dysfunction, infections, and even vitamin deficiencies or hormone imbalances could contribute to migraines. The elegant and complex relationship that all these systems share is why neurorehabilitation can be such a valuable tool in your migraine management toolkit.
NeuroHealth’s Migraine Treatment NeuroHealth’s diagnostic and therapeutic services, including our Headache Healing Program, can reveal the causes of your migraines. By addressing these causes and contributing factors, we can help you reduce migraine frequency, intensity, and duration.
Here are a few of the services we use to help our patients with migraines:
Blood chemistry analysis to detect, rule out, and monitor issues like hormone imbalances, vitamin deficiencies, and markers of inflammation and immune dysfunction
Diagnostic testing with technologies to evaluate for issues like inner ear problems and subtle postural misalignments
Eye movement tracking testing
Oxygen therapy to enhance nerve healing and reduce inflammation in the brain and body
Non-invasive manual therapy procedures to relieve pressure on nerves that can "reset" pain signaling throughout the nervous system and trigger the release of natural painkillers
Cold laser therapy to stimulate cell regeneration and repair
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For more than 10 years, our team has helped people get relief for their migraine symptoms. If migraines are interfering with your quality of life, call us now: (317) 848-6000.