It should come as no surprise that with all the beautiful plants and trees here, Charlotte has an extremely high number of sinus Charlotte headaches sufferers. Chiropractors can help your body to heal itself and to function properly by removing anything that interferes with the nervous system. Countless patients consider chiropractic care as a natural alternative for treatment of sinus problems. It is well documented that chiropractic care is effective for the treatment of headache. There have been numerous studies that confirm that the mucous membranes of the sinuses are controlled by the brain and nervous system.
Why chiropractic works for sinus headaches
Allergies occur because our immune system overreacts to foreign substances that may be non-harmful such as:
- cat dander
- dairy products
Sometime our immune system will initiate a response to neutralize and flush out substances that may not truly be an allergen. The result of such an immune response will cause us to experience itching, sneezing, sinus congestion, and sinus Charlotte headaches. Chiropractic treatment can remove interference to the nervous system by correcting a condition called subluxation.
The best chiropractic care for Charlotte headaches
The doctors of ChiroCarolina® are some of Charlotte’s best chiropractors. Their first goal is to address your pain and provide pain relief, then to provide thorough and effective treatment. They are ultimately concerned about your health and will cooperate with other treatment specialists such as dieticians and massage therapists in an effort to provide holistic care. They will also provide lifestyle coaching as a way to teach each patient how to take an active role in preventing future problems. Patients visit from all over North Carolina, South Carolina, and from as far as Georgia, Florida and Virginia. Learn how to reduce and mange headache pain at ChiroCarolina®, one of Charlotte’s top chiropractic centers providing quality chiropractic care for the uptown, NoDa, and University area- located conveniently off North Tryon Street.