Kristen Sparrow • March 22, 2015
One more recent migraine patient. This is a 35 year old male who has had longstanding “migraine equivalent” as a diagnosis. He has aura type symptoms with tinnitus, foggy head, and generally not feeling well. These have been persistent and consistent.
This is his data from his first visit. So you see a high baseline reading (0ver 3) which drops somewhat during needling, and then decreasing to .9 and then further to .47. Again, dramatic reduction. There was a spike during treatment which might correlate with my coming into the room, or a startle reflex. It will be fascinating to see if he responds clinically as did the other featured patient here.