An area of the body that may be important for reducing migraine frequency is to release the muscle and tissue tension around the skull and upper neck.

We know that the upper neck has connections to the trigeminal nerve system in your brain (which is where migraine symptoms come from).  This is one reason why a lot of research is being directed at treating this area for migraines and headaches*.

Osteopathic Cranial Technique to this area in conjunction with other osteopathic techniques has been shown that it may be effective in reducing migraine frequency by up to 95% in chronic migraine sufferers** .  

Our team can assess you for tension in this area of you body and arrange treatment if appropriate.

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*Rothbart, P. (1996) The Cervicogenic Headache: A Pain in the Neck. The Canadian Journal of Diagnosis, Feb; 64-76.

 **Cerritelli F, et al. Clinical effectiveness of osteopathic treatment in chronic migraine: 3-Armed randomized controlled trial. Complement Med (2015)