Manual therapies for migraine: a systematic review

A recent systematic review published in 2011 by the Journal of Headache Pain addressed the possibility of alternative effective therapeutic approaches for those patients who do not tolerate migraine medications, either due to side effects or other reason.

The authors stated that manual therapies such as chiropractic spinal manipulation, are as effective as various migraine medications, i.e. propranolol and topiramate, in the prophylactic management of migraine.

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