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The Role of Manual Therapies in the Treatment of Headache Disorders

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Structural and chiropractic, Fascial

Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep.2023 Aug;23(8):399-405

Authors:

Sheena Pillai, Niushen Zhang

Abstract.

Purpose of review: A comprehensive headache treatment plan typically requires both medication and non-medication treatment strategies. Manual therapies offer another therapeutic approach to headache treatment. This article reviews the evidence for manual therapies in the treatment of headache disorders. Recent findings: Current evidence shows potential benefit from myofascial trigger point injections, myofascial release, and massage for the treatment of various headache types. There is also evidence for strain counterstrain technique, ischemic compression, and spinal manipulative therapies for cervicogenic headache. Although larger randomized clinical trials are necessary for many of these modalities, recent findings show that manual therapies could be an important tool for the treatment of some headache disorders.

Publication Date: 

2023 Aug

OEID: 

6921

Pillai, S., Zhang, N. (2023) 'The Role of Manual Therapies in the Treatment of Headache Disorders', Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep.2023 Aug;23(8):399-405

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