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Spinal Manipulation is as effective as prescription medication for the treatment of tension headaches and migraine headaches – JMPT, Sept 2001

Spinal Manipulative Therapy produces favorable results when treating chronic cervicogenic headaches – Spine Journal, Feb 2010

Spinal Manipulation/mobilization is effective in adults for migraine headaches and cervicogenic headaches – Journal of Chiropractic and Osteopathy, Feb 2010

Scientific evidence suggests that Chiropractic Care, including Spinal Manipulation, improves migraine and cervicogenic headaches – JMPT, June 2011

Spinal Manipulation in combination with neck massage helps to reduce the pain intensity of migraine headaches – International Journal of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, Mar 2012

Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation with massage therapy, physiotherapy, and relaxation may be equally effective as propranolol and topiramate (medications) in the prophylactic management of migraine headaches – Journal of Headache and Pain, Apr 2011

Spinal Manipulation should be considered a treatment option for patients with frequent migraines – JMPT, Oct 1998

Spinal Manipulation may be effective as prophylactic treatment for chronic/recurrent headaches.  Based on trial results, these treatments appear to be associated with little risk of serious adverse effects – Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2004

Spinal Manipulative Therapy is an effective treatment for tension headaches.  In addition, four weeks after the end of treatment patients who received spinal manipulative therapy experienced a sustained therapeutic benefit and those who took medication (amitriptyline therapy) did not – JMPT, Mar-Apr 1995

Following a twelve month clinical trial, results support that Chiropractic Spinal Manipulative Therapy is an effective treatment for migraine headaches – Australasian Chiropractic & Osteopathy Journal, Jul 1999

Some people report significant improvement in migraines after Chiropractic Spinal Manipulative Therapy – JMPT, Feb 2000

Spinal Manipulative Therapy and exercise can reduce the symptoms of cervicogenic headaches.  The reduction in headaches was still effective 12 months after treatment –Spine Journal, Sept 2002

Manual therapy is more effective than usual medication in the short- and longer term in reducing symptoms of chronic tension-type headaches – Cephalgia, Jan 2011

The successful treatment of cervicogenic headache usually requires a multifaceted approach including Spinal Manipulative Therapy. Medications alone are often ineffective or provide only modest benefit for this condition. – The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, Apr 2005

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