The Consequences Of Using Drugs To Treat Headaches

Persistent, daily use of over-the-counter drugs like ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) and acetaminophen (Tylenol) can cause significant damage to your kidneys and liver.

These drugs can even make your headaches worse by giving you a “medication overuse headache.”  Prescription migraine and headache treatments have a variety of side effects, including drowsiness, depression, and weight gain.

You don’t have to choose between living with migraine headaches or living with the medication side effects. Chiropractic care is a drug-free intervention for headaches and migraines that can have you living pain-free in just a few visits.

New Techniques To Treat Headaches And Migraines

We love helping people with chronic headaches and migraines achieve more pain-free days. Our chiropractors use new and innovative headache treatment techniques, like Active Release Techniques, which are scientifically proven to reduce headache pain by going straight to the source.

Many of our patients come to see us for headache treatment after a car accident or work-related injury. Conditions like whiplash and TMJ/TMD are frequently accompanied by severe headaches that can keep you from returning to work or going about your daily life.

We're Here To Free You From Migraines

Drug-Free Migraine Headache Treatment That Works

We’ve helped thousands of people in the Tri-Cities area find relief from these symptoms through the variety of treatments we provide, including chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, acupuncture, and rehabilitative exercises.

If you are suffering from headaches or migraines, don’t waste another day living in debilitating pain. Make an appointment at our Kennewick or Pasco chiropractic offices or request a free consultation online by using our form.

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"Those who turn to headache medication confess that while it occasionally helps in the short term, there is no long-term with medication. We offer migraine and headache relief treatments to our clients in the Kennewick and Pasco areas."