• Brazilian researchers examined 71 patients with either episodic or migraine headaches and 22 matched healthy controls and found the patients with migraines exhibited musculoskeletal impairments of the upper cervical spine that resulted in reduced range of motion, decreased cervical rotation, and symptomatic joints. Chiropractic care addresses problems in the cervical spine such as these and similarly, spinal manipulation has been found to benefit many patients with migraine headaches.
    European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitative Medicine, January 2017