Consider Physical Therapy Along With Acupuncture, Biofeedback, or Massage
Research shows that physical therapy, when performed by a licensed physical therapist, is effective at treating migraines when paired with acupuncture (an ancient Asian therapy that places needles into the skin to reopen blocked energy pathways), massage, or biofeedback, which uses sensitive electronic measuring devices to teach the body how to control muscle tension, heart rate, and other “automatic” body processes that we usually think are not controllable. Although more research is needed before a definitive case can be made for any of these treatments, they all look promising.
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