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Headache: The Management of Pain and Disability

By |October 22, 2009|Chiropractic Technique, Diagnosis, Education, Headache|

Headache: The Management of Pain and Disability

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We would all like to thank Dr. Richard C. Schafer, DC, PhD, FICC for his lifetime commitment to the profession. In the future we will continue to add materials from RC’s copyrighted books for your use.

This is Chapter 5 from RC’s best-selling book:

“Clinical Chiropractic: The Management of
Pain and Disability: Upper Body Complaints”

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Chapter 5:   HEADACHE


Headache is one of the most common complaints presented in a chiropractic office. It is not unusual for a few adjustments to correct a problem for which the patient has suffered for years and sought relief from a score of allopaths in vain. Nevertheless, headache is not a simple problem. Its origin may be traumatic, inflammatory, neurologic, psychologic, vascular, endocrine, metabolic, neoplastic, degenerative, deficiency, congenital, allergic, autoimmune, or toxic. (more…)