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.
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