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Headaches & Migraines Lecture & Workshop

 

Worried Young Man

Headaches: Common But Not Normal!

Did you know that there are many types of headaches?

Tension – Sufferers feel a constant ache in the head and neck areas.
Migraine – A vascular-type headache with sensitivity to sound and light.
Cluster – Usually lasts 30-60 minutes. Smoking and alcohol may worsen them.
Hormone – Frequent in women, these can be one-sided, throbbing headaches with sensitivity to light.
Rebound – Caused by high dosages of medications that contain caffeine producing a “rebound effect.”

As Chiropractors we regularly see those who are suffering from headaches. There are many types of “triggers” that can bring them on. A commonly overlooked issue is a structural or functional compromise in the neck.

The fatigue caused from forward head carriage, in which the head juts out in front of the body, is a common cause. Common, but not normal. Thankfully, chiropractic is often helpful.

Chiropractically Speaking Lecture & Workshop

If you or someone you know would like to learn more about Headaches & Migraines, and how Chiropractic may be able to help, then this is the event for you! In this lecture & workshop our Chiropractic Team will cover topics such as:

  • Causes of Headaches & Migraines.
  • Effective Management & Treatments.
  • MYOVISION (E-Scan) – Digital Muscle Scan.
  • FREE Spinal Health Check for all attendees.
  • WORKSHOP
    • Demonstration (Spinal Assessment + Digital PostureScreen).
    • Q & A Session.
  • Tea, coffee & biscuits served.

This informational event will be held at The Wellness Centre (Castle Quay) on the 3rd of July @ 7 pm, and is open for all to attend. A £5 booking fee will be charged with all proceeds donated to the ‘Poole to Jersey – The Long way round’ charity event in aid of the Inspire Foundation and our associate Emma Ross and her husband Will.

To make a booking please click Here, or you can call us on 633060.

For more information about the ‘Poole to Jersey – The Long way round’ charity event, please click Here.

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