Martha Jefferson HealthWise - December 27

December 27, 2006

When most people think of treating a migraine or headache, they usually think of taking a pill. There are actually other ways to treat headaches and migraines. Physical therapist Raymond Moreland explained what the difference between a headache and a migraine, and when a physical therapist can help.

Often, physical therapy is prescribed by a neurologist or primary care physician to those that have more chronic headaches, or one that causes more pain than normal. If there is a correlation between a patient's neck and their migraine, self therapy can be taught to help lessen the pain in the future.

To find out more about this interesting subject, just click the video link above.


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