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How can I effectively prevent migraines? Is physical therapy helpful in treating migraine pain? Please share.

  1. Migraine headaches can be a severe, disabling condition. The patients who suffer headaches with musculoskeletal problems involving neck and/jaw are often likely to be beneficial. By adequately treating the problem in the neck or jaw, one trigger for the individual's migraine problem can be eliminated or greatly reduced. I recently read in a blog( ) which discussed a few ways to effectively prevent migraines instead of learning to suffer through the pain.

    1. Hi Robertpark,

      Thank you so much for your post. You pose a couple great questions! There are many treatments for chronic migraine, both preventative and abortive. There are a number of articles you can check out that identify and discuss various treatments. It seems that not one treatment works for all, and at times it can take a bit of trial and error with a variety of treatments to find the combination that works effectively for you. The following article highlights preventative treatments, which you may find helpful - You asked about physical therapy as way to decrease migraine pain. The following articles discusses personal experiences with physical therapy and migraine -, Also, the following link provides you with information on various complementary treatments - You may be interested in contacting a migraine specialist, if you have not already. Here is information on specialists and resources to find one near you -, Lastly, I thought you would also be interested in the following article as it is identifies various self care techniques to use while in the midst of a migraine attack - It is written by a fellow migraineur. And just to add, the community member comments are helpful within each article. If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to reach out. We love hearing from you. Wishing you all the best and hope you have a lovely Monday.

      Warm regards,

      Meaghan ( Team)

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