Headaches/Migraines/Sepsis / Migraine


scotty bourque wrote at 2013-07-22 01:57:18
I was in the hospital in april with sepsis I still get migranes bot my dr.put me on imitrex it may not help everyone bot I call it a miracle drug whithin 10 minutes of signs of a migrane I take a pill and its gone as a sepsis survivor there are many thing that changed in my health after I got out of the hospital good health to you family


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Dr. Tron Malachowski


Their is a specific cause to most headaches. A thorough lifestyle survey and exam is needed along with a thorough medical history is essential to helping find the cause of this problem that effects millions.


For two years, I have been caring for people who have had irregular spontaneous headaches to people with severe regular migraines that put them out of work for days.

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For example, a patient came in two weeks ago with chronic headaches and neck pain that has persisted for years. After one week of care, she has had no headaches with complete relief of neck pain. A thorough exam and survey was used along with their medical history. Another patient came in 4-1-09. 30 year old female with chronic migraines for 15 years. She took Excedrin and Imitrex almost everyday. We took care of her for two weeks and her symptoms completely resolved. No medication-no surgery-no pills-no lotions.

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