AND ADHESED FASCIA
“Migraine headaches have been linked to compression, irritation, or entrapment of peripheral nerves in the head and neck at muscular, fascial, and vascular sites.”From an article (Anatomy of the Supratrochlear Nerve: Implications for the Surgical Treatment of Migraine Headaches) found in the December 17, 2012 issue of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. Doesn’t it make sense that one would want to try to relieve this “compression, irritation, and entrapment” in a non-invasive manner first?
I have seen Tara a grand total of three times over the past year. She came to me seeking help for Migraine Headaches that she had been struggling with (multiple times a week) for 17 years — ever since she was in grade school. It’s amazing how well people do with the proper intervention. You can see more testimonials by visiting our TESTIMONIAL PAGE.