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A Unique Approach For Post Concussion Syndrome
Post-concussion syndrome is a side effect of concussion. Common symptoms include intense headaches, hypersensitivity to lights and sounds, insomnia, depression, back and neck pains, etc.. If you’ve ever been involved in a (road, air or sea) accident or participated in a sporting activity where you experienced some kind of trauma to the head, and you continue to feel concussion symptoms long after the incident, you’re probably suffering from post-concussion syndrome.
How Concussion Affects The Brain And Spinal Cord
Concussions occur as a result of a violent blow to the head or an accident that affects the head and neck region. Complications can lead to head-neck misalignment, brainstem malfunction, and reduced blood flow to the brain. The symptoms of a concussion continue many years after the trauma-causing incident. Unless the underlying problem is addressed, the post-concussion syndrome will continue to afflict the sufferer.
How Chiropractic Care Helps Sufferers Of Post-Concussion Syndrome.
Upper cervical care is very effective in correcting the root cause of the post-concussion syndrome.
Trained upper cervical chiropractors conduct diagnostic tests (using nerve testing and digital x-ray devices), before providing any care. The test results will reveal the state of your upper cervical health. If any injuries are diagnosed, the specific chiropractic will then proceed to administer upper cervical care that will:
- Correct misaligned vertebrae.
- Stop and prevent inflammation in the brainstem and the spine.
- Reduce and/or eliminate all the symptoms of post-concussion syndrome.
- and more.
If you’ve been suffering from post-concussion syndrome, give us a ring. We might be able to help. Join the league of people who stop experiencing post-concussion symptoms after they’ve received chiropractic care.
For the past six years, Dr. Addison Bulosan has provided excellent chiropractic care for sufferers migraines and other kinds of upper cervical injury. For more information contact Dr. Addison Bulosan at 808-866-6551, 296 Alamaha St #C3A, Kahului, HI 96732. Please forward all email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit https://maui.thespecific.com