Migraine Treatment In Malaysia Without Medication Or Injection

Treatment of migraine headaches at CSC is through the combined efforts of chiropractors & physiotherapists; our clinical teams can help migraine attacks without medication, injection, or nasal spray.

Migraines And Headaches

According to a published CDC report, women are at greater risk of getting severe headaches or getting migraine attacks. CDC reported headaches and migraines at 20.1% for women and 10.6% for men. Also, it reported a decrease in the frequency of attacks for individuals over 75. Individuals with migraines and headaches (aged 18-44) had the highest frequency of developing severe headaches or severe migraines than those over 70.

It is estimated that 12% of the population suffers from migraine attacks. Also, statical reviews reveal that 30% experience headaches. In general, there are over 15 types of headaches which are classified into two categories:

  1. Primary headaches
  2. Secondary headaches

Migraines are considered a primary type of headache. According to a published CDC report, women are at greater risk of getting severe headaches or migraine attaches. The report reported headaches and migraines in women at 20.1% for women and 10.^% for men. Also, it reported a decrease in the frequency of attacks for individuals over 75. Individuals with migraines and headaches (aged 18-44) had the highest frequency of developing severe headaches or severe migraines than those over 70.

Millions of people go on suffering from migraine headaches needlessly!  Chiropractic Specialty Center® offers focussed migraine treatment in Malaysia. Our headache and migraine treatment programs are through advanced methods of corrective chiropractic coupled with physiotherapy. Let our experts give you the relief you need today. The best migraine treatment program is one that does not include medication or injections. Treatment for migraine headaches at CSC can decrease and even get rid of migraine attacks! 

What Are The Common Migraine Symptoms?

An acute migraine attack or chronic migraine has similar symptoms. Both groups of people with migraine headaches complain of throbbing pain at the side of the head. A throbbing headache is ranked as the most common migraine symptom. In addition, pulsing sensations are also familiar in people with migraines. Other common migraine symptoms include:

  • Nausea & vomiting 
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sensitivity to sound or loud noises
  • Loss of vision
  • Head pain
  • Blurred vision
  • Eye pain
  • Ringing in ears
  • Chest palpitations
  • Visual disturbance

Why Do I Get Migraines?

The exact cause of why people get migraines is still unknown. Here are the most common causes of a migraine attack:

  • Neck problems (misalignments in the upper neck (near skulls’ base involving the occiput, C1 & C2)
  • Spondylosis or slipped discs)
  • Jaw problems (TMD or retromandibular joint dysfunction)
  • Chemical imbalance
  • Blood vessel issues & hormonal changes
  • Dietary causes & allergic reaction
  • Nerve compression
  • Stress & anxiety
  • Menstrual cycle & menstrual cramps
  • Increased or aggressive physical activity

Migraine sufferers related to chemical imbalances, allergies, or dietary issues often have no other symptoms such as neck pain, jaw pain, or tinnitus (ringing in the ears).

The Correlation Between Jaw Problems, Spondylosis & Migraine

The most common migraine trigger happens to be the neck, followed by the jaw. A 2018 survey discovered that 68% of migraines superusers had neck issues. Aside from the neck being a common migraine trigger, jaw issues have also been documented as a culprit in triggering acute migraine attacks.

The jaws of the neck are common causes of both chronic migraines and acute migraine attacks, according to a published report on retrospective analysis of 1198 patients. The authors recommended clinical assessments of integrative therapy approaches of the jaws and neck in each and migraine sufferer. They reported that people with migraine tend to have cervical and TMJ related issues which need conservative care. 

The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health published a cohort study from 200 to 20011 with over 27,000 cases of cervical spondylosis (degenerative changes in the spine that compress nerves) compared to over 110,000 participants that didn’t have cervical spondylosis. The authors reported a significant correlation between cervical spondylosis and migraine pain.

CSC offers holistic cervical spondylosis treatments for neck pain patients, headaches, and people with migraines. We provide the best cervical spondylosis treatment for neck pain patients and migraine patients. If you have a stiff neck, painful neck, or cervical spondylosis, contact us today. 

What Are The Phases During A Migraine Attack

Migraine attacks occur in phases or stages; prodrome, aura, headache, and postdrome. It is common to experience only 1 or 2 phases. However, those with an acutely severe attack may experience all four stages.

Prodrome Phase Or The Pre Attack Stage Of A Migraine Attack

The prodromal phase or stage is related to the time between the appearance of initial symptoms and the full migraine development. It is the first phase where initial symptoms such as nausea, sensitivity to light, dizziness, sensitivity to noise and loud sounds, fatigue, difficulty with concentration (mental fogginess). The prodromal phase can last 24-48 hours. It’s important to know that you can get a migraine without ever experiencing the prodromal stage or prodrome symptoms.

The Aura Phase Of A Migraine Attack

One-third of migraine patients experience a migraine aura. Similar to the prodrome stage, not all migraine sufferers will experience it. Those affected by aura may experience blurred vision, see flashing lights, notice blind spots, or endure a temporary loss of sight (vision). The aura stage can last from minutes to one hour. In some, it can last longer than an hour. They often occur before the headache phase, but some experience aura after the headaches have started.

Headache Phase Of A Margarine Attack

This is the primary migraine phase or stage characterized by head pain on one side or both sides. In some, the head pain starts on one side and then shifts over to the other side. Also, it can cause head pain on both sides simultaneously. In this stage, a throbbing-like head pain that many described a pressing or tightening head pain. The throbbing headache often worsens by head and neck moment. In a severely acute attack, any movement will increase the headache’s intensity. The headache phase of migraine typically lasts from hours to several days.

Postdrome Phase Or The Migraine Hangover Stage

Published studies report a 79% rate of migraine patients. In other words, there’s a chance that you may not experience it. Those who endure a migraine hangover (prodromal stage) report body aches, fatigue, concentration issues, sensitivity to light, sound, noise & smells. Those who go through the postdrome phase are still classified as having an active migraine.

According to another published study, it can last from minutes up to hours and even extend into the next day. Those who experience it may find faster recovery if they practice avoidance of personal triggers, start some relaxation techniques (breathing and other methods we mentioned in the prevention strategies section below. In addition, increasing your fluid intake should also help, but don’t go overboard by drinking more than three liters.

Preventive Strategies For Migraine Prevention

People with migraines tend to have repeated future attacks. To stop a migraine attack, you need to be aware of preventive strategies & personal riggers to avoid future attacks. If you follow our advice, your migraine frequency will decrease. What we have covered in this section will help individuals with milder symptoms or a complicated migraine. Implementing some of our responsive prevention techniques below should help with the relief of symptoms.

CSC’s responsive prevention techniques individuals with migraine can do at home for the relief symptoms to decrease your risk factors:

Adequate Hydration: The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine published a report encouraging daily fluid intake of 3.7 liters for men and 2.7 liters for women. 

Blood Pressure: Monitor your blood pressure regularly. High blood pressure is a real risk factor in stroke and a common cause of migraine. If you have high blood pressure, you need better control to avoid future attacks.

Start Stress Management Strategies & Relaxation Training: Relaxation techniques such as rhythmic breathing should help prevent future attacks and assist with recovery from an acute migraine attack. Relaxation techniques is an excellent preventive therapy measure for migraine attacks that you can do at privacy of your home. 

Trigger Avoiding Lifestyle Changes: The best thing you can do for yourself is to start avoiding food or personal habits that trigger a migraine attack. If you don’t know where to start, start avoiding red wine, stress, and start your meals on time without skipping them. Trigger avoiding lifestyle changes can dramticly decrease your risk factors for an acute attack.

Prevention is the best cure for migraines! For best results, combine the preventing measures we discussed above with CSC's holistic and natural treatment for migraine with our evidence based-chiropractic and clinical physiotherapy treatment programs. Please contact CSC in Bukit Damansara if you have any questions about the preventive strategies for migraine prevention mentioned here.

Menstrual Cycle, Menstrual Cramps, Prenatal & Postpartum Causes Of Migraines

Headaches and migraines are more common in women. Female migraine sufferers report increased headache and migraine attacks during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy & at post-partum, or after pregnancy. Increased incidence of headaches and migraine attacks during these times are the direct results in hormonal functions.
What Is A Menstrual Migraine & Hormonal Headaches?

Hormones are our body’s messengers that are present in tissues, organs, and blood. Progesterone & estrogen are hormones that start during puberty. Menstrual migraines are hormonal headaches related to estrogen and progesterone levels.

Progesterone is the hormone that thickens the uterus lining after ovulation. Progesterone’s primary function is to prepare the uterus for pregnancy, but it also helps regulate the menstrual cycle. It maintains and prepares the uterus for the attachment of a fertilized egg. However, if the egg didn’t get fertilized, progesterone levels drop, and the menstrual cycle starts. Estrogen develops female physical features, controls the menstrual cycle, and protects organs, including the heart, skin, and bones. Estrogen levels dramatically increase in the middle of your menstrual cycle and drop during menstruation.

Menstrual migraines and menstrual headaches are expected during menstruation when the progesterone and estrogen levels drop to the lowest levels. In pregnancy, estrogen and progesterone levels increase, but many complain of increased migraines during pregnancy.

Pregnancy Migraines Or Prenatal & Postnatal Headaches

Pregnancy headaches are not uncommon. Expecting mothers report increased headaches and migraines during the first trimester. Conversely, or in opposition to the menstrual migraines where a drop in estrogen & progesterone caused the headaches, prenatal migraines occur during higher levels of estrogen and progesterone. Therefore, the cause of pregnancy headaches or migraines is not related to the sex hormones (progesterone & estrogen) but linked to pregnancy and delivery hormone (Relaxin).

The ovaries and the placenta produce relaxin hormones. Relaxin levels stay elevated during pregnancy, reaching the highest levels during the first trimester and again weeks before delivery. It rises during the second have of a menstrual cycle to prepare the uterus for pregnancy. During the last trimester of pregnancy or near the end of pregnancy, the Relaxin hormone elevates again to prepare the mothers’ body for childbirth and delivery. It softens tissues, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Relaxin hormone stays elevated for 6-8 months after the delivery (post-partum).

Headaches & migraines are common in prenatal and postnatal periods due to the softening or relaxing impact of the Relaxin hormone on the joints at the base of the skulls, upper neck, and jaws.

Therefore, mothers who experience increased headaches or migraines should consider prenatal and postnatal chiropractic combined with physiotherapy for optimal health. CSC has been providing prenatal and postnatal chiropractic combined with physiotherapy for 15-years in Kuala Lumpur. Contact us today to learn more about your options.

Migraine Types & Headache Classification

Migraines are of 7 different types, with the symptoms and severity varying by an attack, person, and over time. Knowing the exact type is critical to finding the most effective treatment that targets the root cause of your migraine symptom. To recover, treatment of migraine must be holistic and focused on the root cause of a migraine symptom. Identifying and repairing the actual cause of migraine pain is critical to lasting relief & improved quality of life.

Cure For Migraine

People with migraines don't have to resort to nasal sprays, medication, or injectors to recover. CSC's natural and holistic care towards a natural cure for migraine. Migraine medications or sprays are not the cure for migraines. But, finding the cause, getting it treated & lifestyle changes will give you the best migraine pain relief without the adverse effects of migraine medications or injections.

Contact CSC today to get treated by the best chiropractors in Kuala Lumpur for acute and chronic Migraine attacks. Our holistic measures can stop your migraine attack and prevent future attacks through safe integrative methods of chiropractic combined with physiotherapy.


Below are the six different types of Migraines:

  1. Migraine without Aura
  2. Migraine with aura caused by brainstem issues
  3. Migraines without headaches
  4. Migraines With Aura
  5. Hemiplegic migraines
  6. Chronic migraines
Headaches caused by a Migraine
Migraine headache without Aura

Migraine Headaches Without Aura

It is the most common type of Migraine headache. Symptoms include pulsating headaches experienced without warning. Usually, it is felt on one side of the head. It often comes with fatigue, mood changes, blurred vision, confusion, nausea, and increased sensitivity to smell, sounds, or light.

Attacks usually last anywhere between 4 and 72 hours and repeat anywhere from a few times a week to a few times a year. Movement often tends to worsen the attack. Migraines without Aura are also most likely to get worse with the frequent use of symptomatic medication. Call our center today and schedule an appointment. We offer the best migraine treatment in Malaysia.

Symptoms of Brainstem causes of a Migraine

Migraine With Brainstem Aura

It typically affects adolescents and children and has the same symptoms as Migraines with Aura originating from the brainstem, but minus the motor weakness. It is common in teenage girls during their menstrual cycles.

Symptoms include total or partial loss of vision or double vision, poor coordination of muscles, loss of balance, fainting, and ringing in the ears. The throbbing pain is felt on both sides at the back of the head and may be experienced suddenly.

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Migraines without Headache

Migraines Without Headaches

It is characterized by visual problems or other aura symptoms, constipation, vomiting, nausea, but without head pain. It has been suggested that dizziness, fever, and unexplained pain in particular parts of the body could form headache-free migraines. Migraines without headaches are different from cyclical vomiting syndrome and an abdominal migraine that usually occurs in children. Our migraine treatment in Malaysia is customizable to the specific needs of our patients.

At CSC, we focus on finding the cause of your migraines. In most cases, the condition is related to upper neck issues or problems with the TMJ (jaw) joints. Once the source id identified, our treatment start.  

infographic on four Aura stages of a Migraine

Migraine Treatment In Malaysia For Headaches With Aura

Migraines with aura are headaches that include visual disturbances and other neurological symptoms that typically appear anywhere between 10 and 60 minutes before an actual headache and generally last one hour at most. You may lose part or all of your vision temporarily. A migraine with aura can be experienced without headache pain that may strike at any time. If your headaches or migraines are combined with aura, call us. Our clinical teams will customize a targeted treatment plan. 

Less common symptoms include numbness, abnormal sensation, muscle weakness on one side of the body, confusion, trouble speaking, and a tingling sensation in the face or hands. A headache may also be preceded by loss of appetite, nausea, and increased sensitivity to light.

Migraine, sinus pressure and vertigo

A Hemiplegic Migraine

It is a rare but severe form of a Migraine that can cause temporary paralysis on one side of the body before or during a headache. Symptoms such as a stabbing or pricking sensation, vertigo, problems swallowing (jaw pain), speaking, or seeing, may start before a headache and stop shortly after that.

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Familial Hemiplegic Migraines are the headache migraines that run in the family. However, they are rare! To date, researchers have identified three distinct forms of Familial Hemiplegic Migraines. The genetic mutations make the brain more excitable or sensitive, probably by increasing glutamate levels in the brain. Don't let migraines or headaches control your life; get natural migraines treatment in Malaysia today.

chronic Migraine with pain in the temples

Chronic Migraines

It is characterized by headaches that occur on 15 days or more a month for over three months, with the characteristics of a Migraine headache on at least eight days a month. Pain can be with or without aura and typically requires preventative behaviors and medications to control and are usually disabling. Opt for targeted chronic migraine treatment in Malaysia from Chiropractic Specialty Center® today.

After medication withdrawal, about 50 percent of Chronic Migraine patients revert to an Episodic Migraine while the other 50 percent don’t. Preventative habits are recommended to ensure that the condition doesn’t progress from Episodic to Chronic.

Retinal Migraines

It is a scarce type characterized by attacks of visual loss or disturbances in one eye. The attacks are similar to Migraines with visual auras.

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Best Migraine Treatment In Malaysia: Chiropractic With Physiotherapy Combined!

People that suffer from a migraine try everything from sleep hygiene, special migraine diets, medications, and even avoiding triggers. However, it usually never occurs to try physical therapy modes such as physiotherapy or even chiropractic care.

Corrective research-based chiropractic care coupled with clinical physiotherapy improves the severity of headaches or migraines. Targeted corrective chiropractic and physiotherapy make sense because stretching, strengthening, and realigning the spine, base of skull, jaws, and facial affect the functioning of blood vessels to the brain. If you want the best migraine treatment in Malaysia, call us at 03 2093 1000.

female patient getting chiropractic therapy in Malaysia
Infographic on How a migraine starts

Chiropractic Care For Migraines: The Evidence

Published research studies have found a link between chiropractic treatment (adjustments) and reducing migraine symptoms.

A systematic review of 21 different studies revealed that patients who received chiropractic care for their migraines 1 or 2 times a week for eight weeks saw a reduction in migraines symptoms. The outcomes improved by chiropractic care included a reduction in the intensity frequency and duration of migraines. Also, it improved the quality of life. Hence, call our center today and opt for corrective chiropractic with physiotherapy. It is the best option for patients seeking a natural migraine treatment in Malaysia.

A case study in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine details an account of a 52-year-old woman who had suffered chronic migraines for several years. She received chiropractic spinal manipulative treatment, and at a 6-month follow-up, the patient reported no migraines since receiving corrective research-based chiropractic treatment. 

Manual and trigger point treatment for Migraine

Integrating Chiropractic Care With Your Migraine Treatment

A chiropractor uses different techniques when treating your migraine. Chiropractic adjustments are one of the most common techniques used, usually focusing on the cervical spine. Regaining the proper balance of your neck and upper helps ease the pain and prevents future migraines. Our chiropractor may also recommend herbal, mineral, and vitamin supplements and lifestyle changes geared toward eliminating triggers as part of our migraine treatment in Malaysia.

If you have headaches or migraines, avoid getting the rotatory chiropractic method through Gonstead or Diversified techniques. The Activator Methods works best and is safer! Rotatory methods can irritate the delicate tissues at the base of the skull. At CSC, we treat headaches and migraines patients through focused methods of Activator chiropractic treatment. Learn more about CSC's chiropractic treatment from our experts when you contact us!

Chiropractic Specialty Center assessment of a migraine patient

Final Thoughts On Migraine Treatment In Malaysia

Chiropractic care, i.e., spinal adjustments coupled with physiotherapy, might not necessarily be a cure-all for everyone suffering from migraines, but the majority of people that suffer from migraines and seek chiropractic care notice a reduction in symptoms by as much as 90 percent.

During your visit, the chiropractor may offer ice and heat treatments, stretching and strengthening exercises, and massage. Besides spinal adjustments, the chiropractor may also recommend exercises for you to do at home to ease discomfort and tension in your spine and neck.

If you want to learn more about chiropractic care for migraines, make an appointment with an experienced chiropractor at the Chiropractic Specialty Center® today. Our migraine treatment in Malaysia offers you the best natural remedy to life without headaches or migraines.

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