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Chiropractic Care of a 13 Year-Old with Headache and Neck Pain: A Case Report

From the abstract: This report describes a 13 year-old female who had suffered from unremitting headache and neck pain for five days. She described them as a throbbing and stabbing pressure that normally occurred once per week and lasted approximately one hour. She had missed one week of school. She had visited her family MD and he had recommended seeing a chiropractor. Following a series of four chiropractic treatments over a two-week period, her headache and neck pain resolved. Patient had injured her neck in gymnastics. Her neck pain and shortly after her headaches resolved. At a four-week follow-up, she remained pain free.

Hewitt EG.   Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association Sept. 1994; 38(3): 160-162.