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San Francisco Chiropractic Doctor, Dr. Harris Meyer, Offers Safe Solutions For Headaches

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					San Francisco Chiropractic Doctor, Dr. Harris Meyer, Offers Safe
Solutions For Headaches

San Francisco, CA 02-October-2010 -- Body Focus Health Center is pleased
to announce that San Francisco Chiropractor, Harris Meyer DC, provides
safe, drug free solutions for headaches. Headaches can have many
different causes. Most can be traced to subluxation of the cervical
vertebrae and/or muscle spasms in the neck and head. Migraines are
another type of headache that responds to chiropractic care.

Procedures used to relieve headache pain can include standard
chiropractic manipulation of the cervical vertebrae, muscular massage,
exercises, pressure on specific trigger points in the head, neck, and
shoulders, and more. All of these therapeutic procedures are proven to be
safe and effective at providing quick relief from pain. Many people are
afraid of adjustments to the neck until after they actually experience
them.

For more information about Dr. Harris Meyer and how he provides safe
solutions for headache pain, residents of the Bay area are encouraged to
visit the website of Body Focus Health Center at
http://www.bodyfocushealth.com/. Members of the press and/or other
interested parties may also obtain more information about Dr. Meyer
and/or the content of this press release by contacting the following:

Body Focus Health Center

Dr. Harris Meyer, DC

580 Market St. Ste. 100

San Francisco, CA 94104

Phone: 415-956-3226

Fax: 415-956-3313

				
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Description: San Francisco chiropractor, Dr. Harris Meyer provides safe, natural solutions for headache pain. Adjustments to the cervical vertebrae, massage, acupressure, and other therapeutic procedures are employed to provide rapid relief from pain that lasts longer than the relief offered by medication.