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Headaches And Migraines Specialist

Magnolia Medical Center

Multidisciplinary Medical Center located in Murfreesboro, TN

Chronic headache sufferers don’t have to live in pain and miss out on life. The interdisciplinary health care specialists at Magnolia Medical Center dedicate themselves to finding the underlying cause of headaches and migraines to alleviate discomfort and get patients back to living a pain-free life. To get rid of your headaches and migraines today, call the office in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, or click the online booking button.

Headaches and Migraines Q & A

What are headaches and migraines?

Headaches refer to any pain located in or around your head. This includes pain isolated to one side of your head, pain on both sides of your head, and radiating pain. Your pain may be dull, sharp, or throbbing, and develop slowly over time or occur suddenly and unexpectedly. 

Migraines are a type of recurring headache that tends to cause intense, throbbing, localized head pain that may last a few hours or a few days. In addition to your headache, migraines may also cause other symptoms such as nausea, sensitivity to light, or weakness.

Though headaches are very common, if you experience more than two headaches a year, you’re considered a chronic headache sufferer. For some, headaches can be a daily occurrence and significantly affect their quality of life.

Dedicated to helping you get relief from your pain, the interdisciplinary team at Magnolia Medical Center offers drug-free treatments that provide long-term results for headache and migraine sufferers. 

What causes headaches and migraines?

Headaches and migraines can develop from many causes. The team at Magnolia Medical Center focuses on finding the underlying cause of your migraines and headaches so they can provide the most effective treatment that leads to long-term pain relief. 

Common physical causes of headaches and migraines include:

  • Muscle tension
  • Physical stress
  • Nerve impingement
  • Poor posture
  • Accidents

In addition to the noted physical causes, migraines may also be caused by certain foods, stress, hormones, loud noises or strong smells, or a change in the weather. 

The pain specialists at Magnolia Medical Center see dramatic improvements for headache and migraine sufferers after locating and treating the exact muscles, joints, or nerves responsible for their pain. 

What treatments can alleviate my headaches and migraines?

The team at Magnolia Medical Center offers drug-free treatments to relieve headache and migraine pain. The specifics of your treatment plan depends on what is causing your pain, as well as the severity of your symptoms. Your treatment plan may include:

  • Chiropractic care
  • Physical therapy
  • Massage therapy
  • Magnetic therapy
  • Nutrition therapy
  • Supplements and nutraceuticals
  • Non-surgical spinal decompression therapy

Studies show marked improvements in chronic headache and migraine pain with ongoing chiropractic adjustments.

For effective drug-free relief from your headaches and migraines, call Magnolia Medical Center or book an appointment through the online booking tool today.