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Headache & Migraine

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Dealing with frequent and severely debilitating headaches can really cramp your style. Be proactive - Partner with someone who can help you get to the bottom of your chronic headaches.

Dr. Paula Strauss, Doctor of Chiropractic at The Headache Doctor of Campbell will help you get to the bottom of your headaches - be they migraine, cluster, tension, sinus or daily headaches.
Whiplash & Neck Pain
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Whiplash & Neck Pain

CERTIFIED BY SPINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF SAN DIEGO

In 2010 Dr. Paula Strauss became certified by the prestigious Spine Research Institute of San Diego in the area of Whiplash and Brain Traumatology. Her areas of expertise include: auto collision bio-mechanics, mild traumatic brain trauma, acute and chronic whiplash treatment, as well as current science and abstracts in whiplash and brain traumatology.
Back Pain & Other Issues
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Back Pain & Other Issues

GET RELIEF FOR BACK PAIN, TMJ, AND ISSUES RELATED TO COMPUTER USE

As a full service Chiropractic Office we handle all the normal things you associate with such a practice. We work with back pain, trip and fall issues and much more. Do you have jaw popping with pain? Weird tingling and burning sensations in your back, arms or fingers? Sciatic Pain? Call Today: Excellent results are obtained daily!

PLEASE NOTE:  Dr. Strauss will be out of the office from Monday, May 18 through Monday June 1, 2015.  The office will be open on Tuesday, June 2 from 8:30am to 6pm and regular hours for the rest of the week.  The massage therapists will be available with regular treatment hours.  Holly will pick up and return all messages promptly.  You will have great service while Dr. Strauss is away.

For Chiropractic Emergencies and Treatment:  Call Kelli Walcher, D.C.  Her office is just around the corner from us at 1925 Winchester Blvd. in Campbell next to the Campbell Rec Center.  Her telephone number is:(408) 379-4240.

 

 

Latest Blog:

April 6, 2015

Many studies link migraines to depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias and other disorders. The question is which comes first “the headache or the disorder”.  The mounting fear associated with headaches is so common that it in itself is a disorder, cephalalgiaphobia – the fear of headache, or fear of the next headache.

A recent analysis in The Journal of Headache and Pain reported on a small study where the objective was to examine the relationship between cephalalgiaphobia and migraine frequency, as well as medication overuse as a result of headache anticipation.

From 120 patients and two years of study, the results indicate that… Read More>>

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