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Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc Offers Chiropractic Care for Headache Relief

Fort Wayne headache. It’s a condition many people experience. Cervicogenic and tension-type headaches are a couple of the more commonly discussed ones. The cervicogenic headache is associated with issues with the cervical disc, facets, and joints. The tension-type headache is related to the muscles of the neck brought on by stress or peculiar head positioning. Both headache forms tend to respond to gentle, safe stretching type treatment like Cox® Technic used at Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc.

SOURCE OF TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE: Neck Muscle, Stress, Position

Tension type headache is noted as the second most common health concern globally. A recent review of published studies for its care explained that manual joint mobilization techniques, supervised physical therapy, acupuncture, psychological care, and patient education were as beneficial for reducing headache frequency, improving quality of life, reducing pain intensity, and diminishing stress symptoms. (1) Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc welcomes Fort Wayne tension-headache sufferers as well as their fellow cervicogenic headache sufferers.


Fort Wayne chiropractic patients want to understand the source of their headache. A recent study described how researchers utilized diagnostic block testing to pinpoint the cervical spine joint source of the headache. Overall, the C2-3 level was the most common source. In patients whose chief complaint was headache more than neck pain, the C2-3 was the source for 62%, C1-2 for 7%, and C3-4 for 6%. In patients whose neck pain was worse than the headache, C2-3 was the source for 42%, lower cervical joints for 18%, and C3-4 for 7%. (2) Not that every Fort Wayne headache patient must experience this type of procedure to be helped, but the results were enlightening for healthcare providers to help diagnose and set up a treatment plan for headache patients more beneficially.


In a review of published clinical trials, researchers stated that spinal manipulation was used often to manage cervicogenic headache. Spinal manipulation was effective, provided superior, small, short term benefits for reducing pain, headache frequency, and related disability compared with other manual treatment. (3) One relieving treatment called SNAGs (sustained natural apophyseal glides) has been explained in the medical literature. In a placebo vs SNAG study, researchers explained how SNAGs were good for pain reduction and neck disability drop as well as range of motion improvement for women with cervicogenic headache. (4) Manual therapy treatments like this benefit headache. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc uses Cox® Technic, a gliding, doctor-controlled neck treatment for such conditions as Fort Wayne headache and neck pain.

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Listen to the PODCAST with Dr. David Kulla on the Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he shares the effectiveness and gentleness of the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management for his patient with headache and neck pain and enhanced her quality of life.

Make your next Fort Wayne headache chiropractic appointment with Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc. Annoying, life-disrupting headaches may meet their match at Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc for relief of pain and disability.

Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc delivers chiropractic care from diagnosis to treatment and relief for cervicogenic and tension-type headaches.  
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