3 Reasons Percy Harvin Could Use an Upper Cervical Chiropractor

I noticed this article today. The opening paragraph reads:

“Standout Vikings rookie receiver Percy Harvin continued to battle migraine headaches Wednesday and spent only a brief portion of the day at Winter Park before heading home. He was not at practice. Harvin missed all three days of practice last week and his first game of the season Sunday against Cincinnati because of the debilitating headaches.”

There are three reasons Percy Harvin should visit an Upper Cervical Chiropractor:

1. He’s an NFL wide receiver. This requires him to jump, twist, and stretch his body in a variety of ways, stressing his head, neck and spine. Newton’s first law of motion states, “What goes up must come down.” While Percy is very good at catching passes, he won’t always land squarely on his feet. At times, his glorious game-saving catches will induce mind-numbing stress upon his head and neck. (Just ask Jerry Rice!)

2. He gets tackled by the strongest, fastest, hardest-hitting athletes in the world. This can’t possibly feel good. At times, an open field mid-air collision can exceed the forces of a speeding car hitting a brick wall. The frequency of this activity stresses his body in ways that would make a crash test dummy’s head spin!

3. Percy has debilitating migraine headaches. There’s a very strong possibility that Percy’s headaches are caused by a misalignment in his upper neck. Many migraine sufferers have achieved lasting relief after undergoing the Upper Cervical adjusting procedure. If it worked for them, it could very well work for Mr. Harvin.

So Percy, if you or someone close to you happens to find this blog post, I’ve found an outstanding Upper Cervical specialist for you near Viking’s Stadium. Here’s the doctor’s website.

If you’re not Percy Harvin, but struggle to overcome chronic headaches, here are three articles I’ve written about the topic. After reading them, if you’d like assistance finding a doctor in your city, email me; I’m happy to help steer you in the right direction.

  1. Can Migraine Sufferers Benefit from Upper Cervical Care?
  2. Can Headache Medicine CAUSE Headaches?
  3. Everyone Has Headaches, Right?

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