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Treatments for Migraine

Conventional treatment is drug based either as prevention or for acute episodes. Some of these have been associated with serious side-effects in the past.

The Natural Practice, however, will use lots of different techniques to help this condition. The whole benefit of an integrated medical approach is that a number of different approaches can be brought together to support the patient and where possible, enable them to throw the condition off. We should stress that each treatment plan is designed individually and may consist of one or more interventions. Food exclusion techniques will have long term benefit in 85% of patients and 60% of patients treated by acupuncture show some improvement. Other interventions may be offered that are not mentioned here.