Parkersburg, WV, 18-MAY-2013 - Mountaineer Chiropractic PLLC and Dr. Stephen Wells DC, Parkersburg chiropractor, are pleased to announce recovery from migraine headache pain is possible through the gentle and natural techniques of chiropractic medicine. Migraine is the label given to a particularly severe form of pounding headache.

Although the pathology of this type of headache is known, the cause is unknown. A migraine occurs when the blood vessels in the brain constrict dramatically and then dilate. It is not understood why the original constriction takes place. When the vessels restrict the flow of blood, there are symptoms such as vision disturbances. As the dilation of the blood vessels occurs, the increased blood flow through the carotid artery results in a pulse with each beat of the heart.

Even though the cause of constricted blood vessels is not totally understood, researchers do know that certain triggers are associated with the onset of the pain. These triggers include stress, fatigue, foods that contain certain amino acids and environmental factors.

Chiropractic methods begin with a thorough evaluation of the patient. The symptoms might be different and these differences will help to pinpoint the contributing triggers of the condition. The chiropractor will look for physical elements that might cause the symptoms to appear. Specifically, the chiropractor might apply massage to relieve stress. Stress might be relieved through changing certain behavioral patterns. The patient might be counseled to avoid foods that are known triggers.

Speaking in a recent interview, Dr. Wells DC, Parkersburg chiropractor, explained, "The health professionals at Mountaineer Chiropractic, P. L. L. C. Are devoted to helping you achieve your wellness objectives. We combine skill and expertise that spans the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum. I am committed to bringing you better health and a better way of life by teaching and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care."

Learn more about chiropractic measures that have proven to be successful in alleviating the pain of migraine headaches by visiting the web pages at http://www.mountaineerchiro.com today. Members of the press and others who have further questions about the information in this press release are urged to contact Dr. Stephen Wells, D. C., at the location provided below.

Contact Person Name: Dr. Stephen Wells, D. C.
Company Name: Mountaineer Chiropractic PLLC
Address: 501 Division Street, Parkersburg, WV
Contact Telephone Number: (304) 422-9600
Contact Fax Number: (304) 422-9603
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.mountaineerchiro.com