migraines and low back pain

Study links migraines and low back pain

Patients with lower back pain at elevated migraine risk

According to a new study from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, patients who experience chronic lower back pain may be at a higher risk of experiencing migraines.

The study of risk factors of migraine is important, not least because migraine prevalence seems to increase. The knowledge of risk factors remains limited, however, despite years of research. The objective was to evaluate some possible somatic and environmental risk factors for the development of migraine.

This study comprised 13,498 subjects (6,513 men and 6,985 women). The 8-year risk of developing migraine was significantly increased in subjects who already had low back pain

What are causes of chronic migraines?

Chronic daily headaches fall into two categories: primary and non-primary. Primary chronic headaches don’t have an underlying cause. This can be frustrating for doctors and headache sufferers alike. Non-primary chronic headaches can be the caused by several conditions, including:

  • An infection such as meningitis
  • Intracranial pressure
  • Inflammation of the blood vessels
  • Having experienced a stroke
  • Having sustained a severe injury to the brain

Learn more about your migraine treatment options

Our staff is happy to answer your questions about our chronic pain relief treatment methods as well as the types of conditions we treat using natural therapies. Please contact your nearest office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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Study links migraines and low back pain
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Patients with lower back pain are at elevated migraine risk. According to a new study from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, patients who experience chronic lower back pain may be at a higher risk of experiencing migraines.
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