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Headache & Migraine

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Dealing with frequent and severely debilitating headaches can really cramp your style. Be proactive - Partner with someone who can help you get to the bottom of your chronic headaches.

Dr. Paula Strauss, Doctor of Chiropractic at The Headache Doctor of Campbell will help you get to the bottom of your headaches - be they migraine, cluster, tension, sinus or daily headaches.
Whiplash & Neck Pain
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Whiplash & Neck Pain

CERTIFIED BY SPINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF SAN DIEGO

In 2010 Dr. Paula Strauss became certified by the prestigious Spine Research Institute of San Diego in the area of Whiplash and Brain Traumatology. Her areas of expertise include: auto collision bio-mechanics, mild traumatic brain trauma, acute and chronic whiplash treatment, as well as current science and abstracts in whiplash and brain traumatology.
Back Pain & Other Issues
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Back Pain & Other Issues

GET RELIEF FOR BACK PAIN, TMJ, AND ISSUES RELATED TO COMPUTER USE

As a full service Chiropractic Office we handle all the normal things you associate with such a practice. We work with back pain, trip and fall issues and much more. Do you have jaw popping with pain? Weird tingling and burning sensations in your back, arms or fingers? Sciatic Pain? Call Today: Excellent results are obtained daily!

Latest Blog:

January 7, 2015

Anyone who suffers from regularly occurring headaches or migraines has tried to pinpoint the trigger of their pain. Headache triggers are the conditions and key variables that can set off head pain. For some people, it can be one solitary variable such as a flashing light, or a specific food. For other sufferers it’s a set of variables coming together to create the perfect headache storm.

Outlining one’s triggers has traditionally been the basis for understanding and treating head pain. Recently, however, studies have been digging deeper into the trigger- headache cycle and as a result have prompted even more questions.

Studies Generate New Questions: recent studies* tested headache and migraine sufferers’ trigger responses. The results were NOT overwhelming. In other words the triggers did not incite significant percentages of patient headaches, as conventional wisdom would dictate. This led researchers to question the process. Researchers did not suggest that sufferers were wrong in their assumptions about what triggered their pain, but rather suggest that the trigger might actually be a symptom. The example used is that while chocolate might not be a trigger for a migraine but the migraine might cause a chocolate craving – INTERESTING!

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