Abstract: A 42-year old male presented for chiropractic care with a chief complaint of migraines and neck pain he believed to be involved with poor posture.
Objective/Clinical Features: A course of chiropractic care (Diversified Technique, combined with Chiropractic Biophysics exercises) was concomitant with a decrease in the frequency and severity of migraine, decrease in pain and pain-related stress, and an increase in range of motion and coping skills.
Conclusion: This case report indicates that chiropractic care may be of benefit for the reduction of stress, pain and
migraine. Further research is required.
Author keywords: Chiropractic - Subluxation - Migraine - Neck pain - Headache
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