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Chiropractic care has proven to help our clients who suffer from cervicogenic or tension headaches. Depending on the type and frequency of your headaches, we may suggest various treatment options, such as manual or soft tissue therapy or electrical stimulation and acupuncture. Additionally, you may want to consider lifestyle changes. If you don’t know where to start, start with Discover Health & Wellness, where we’ll assess your specific situation and guide you to rehabilitation.
At-Home Headache Relief
If you’re out of town and can’t get in to see us, that doesn’t mean you don’t want relief. Suppose you find yourself unable to book an appointment. In that case, there are a few stretches you can do to help relieve your headache: the cervical spine stretch, pectoral stretch, and levator scapulae muscle stretch.
Read our blog: Three Stretches for Headache Relief to learn how to do these stretches.
Book a Consultation with Discover Health & Wellness
If you are dealing with headaches, Discover Health & Wellness can help! We are trained to address the source of your pain and can help you get back to your routine. So, if you are struggling with any form of pain, whether it is your head or another part of your body, give us a call and schedule your appointment today!
About Discover Health and Wellness
Dr. Keppen Laszlo founded Discover Health & Wellness in 1999. A passionate advocate for health, Dr. Laszlo set out to change the healthcare landscape. He worked to deliver patient-centered, results-driven chiropractic care that addressed health issues at their core. The Colorado community embraced this approach, and today Discover Health and Wellness is one of the country’s largest health and wellness centers. We currently have eight offices in Aurora, Denver, Broomfield, Greenwood Village, Lone Tree, Northglenn, Uptown, and Westminster.
Dr. Aaron Hancock
Discover Health and Wellness
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