Headaches are an extremely common medical disorder that can be disabling. To understand the path to relief, you must obtain an accurate diagnosis from a trained professional. My holistic approach provides information about possible long-term and acute triggers of headaches. By alleviating these identified causes, you can prevent headaches from occurring and reduce their intensity. Additionally, my drug-free approach can help you manage symptoms even after a headache has occurred.

Did you know...

*40 to 50 million Americans suffer from chronic headaches.
*Over 150 different variations of headaches exist

My treatment is tailored to each person's situation and circumstances. I treat headaches using a variety of non-drug strategies, including biofeedback, cognitive behavioral therapy, audiovisual interactive brainwave training, improving mind-body balance (neurophysiological regulation), meditation, breathing techniques, Heart-Rate Variability (HRV) Coaching. After personalized treatment, you can expect to experience a significant reduction in headaches, improved performance, and a better quality of life.

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With chronic headaches, symptoms often impair quality of life. Headaches can be disruptive and impact your family, school, work, and social life. If left untreated, headaches can lead to psychological distress such as depression. And any age can be affected by headaches.

Migraine headaches can often be associated with excessive and prolonged stress. The brain shuts down as a defense mechanism and normal functions cease to exist. Your body is trying to help you, but if you've ever suffered from a migraine, it can be hard to understand how that is possible. Unfortunately, common drug treatments for migraine are insufficiently effective or completely ineffective. Although Botox® is effective in certain situations, it is a temporary solution. According to the Migraine Research Foundation, over 12% of the population suffers from migraines. It tends to run in families and is seen as the eighth most disabling illness in the world.