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Migraine and headache

It was found from research and experience that most of those who suffer from headache or migraine pain have latent pain in the spine that they may not feel, and it is inferred from the neural pathways.

According to my experience with such cases, it turned out that the vast majority of the causes of their pain were from the thoracic vertebrae (upper back), and the source of pain lies mostly between the third thoracic vertebrae and the sixth thoracic vertebrae, and it seemed to me that (70%) of the headaches were caused by compressions on the nerve roots In the thoracic vertebrae, most of them have been cured, and the majority of others have improved after treatment sessions in a special way – as revealed by this new information – to remove pain in the thoracic vertebrae. It was found that (20%) of headache cases are due to root compressions of the cervical vertebrae.

We point out that some alternative medicine methods consider that the causes of migraine are from the first cervical vertebrae, and a study conducted by a team of doctors in France reported that the causes of migraine in women are from the cervical vertebrae.

However, our study, which began ten years earlier, showed that all cervical vertebrae may cause headaches that may be medically diagnosed as migraine, or what is called a headache (vascular – muscle spasm – reflexive nasal – non-migratory vascular – cluster – tension) in addition to what is known Migraine syndromes, and this is not limited to women only, but may affect both sexes, young and old, but the cervical vertebrae are not the only cause of all cases.

As for the remaining (10%) of the possibilities, it is due to various reasons, the sacral vertebrae contribute to some of them, and it may be the eyes, sinuses, teeth, and other causes, for example, but not limited to: local infections – urinary retention – colon disorders, and a very small percentage of them are still unknown to us.

The innovative method of clinical diagnosis, which is based on palpating points on the aforementioned nerve paths, may determine the causes of the patient’s pain before starting treatment with an accuracy of more than 90%.

The total number of cases466
Cases of complete or almost complete recovery29363%
improvement from (50-80%)10723%
improvement from (20-50%)306%
Less than 20% improvement92%
No improvement276%

These data indicate that those who obtained a rate of improvement from (50%) to complete recovery amounted to (87%), and this confirms the validity of the diagnosis of the cause and the validity of the method of treatment based on knowing the cause first.

By comparison between the nerve diagrams that we drew and the anatomical diagrams, we find a correspondence with the paths of the sympathetic cord, which is formed from the branches of the spinal nerves, and extends from the coccygeal vertebrae to the head. Reversing sympathetic stimulation (beta-blockers) is included in the drug treatment of some of these cases.

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