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A 17-year-old patient arrived with the complaint of a chronic headache. She did have light sensitivity, and she also had some trouble with loud noises. The patient had been in a car crash within the last month but claims that the headaches presented prior to the collision. We know that there is a potential for migraines in the patient's family. Would you start with a scan to identify a migraine? Would you advise exercises for whiplash or other potential triggers? 

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