How to Release Tight Suboccipital Muscles | HEADACHE RELIEF in Seconds
In this video, Dr. Rowe (Saint Joseph, Michigan chiropractor) shows how to quickly relieve tightness and pain in the suboccipital muscles.
The suboccipital muscles are located at the base of the skull (occipital bone). When they get strained and inflamed, they may cause pain in the upper neck that travels to side of the head. They are a leading cause of tension headaches.
What causes this is tightness and weakness in the subocciptial muscles. This video will help fix this by focusing on stretching, self massage, traction, and strengthening.
To get the best results, make sure to go through all exercises and use what offers you the most relief.
As a bonus, all of these exercises can be done at home, and may give instant neck pain and headache relief... even in as little as 30 SECONDS!
Chiropractor near me in St. Joseph, Michigan— Dr. Michael Rowe
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