Connective Tissue Manipulation in Migraine

August 2006
Massage Australia;Aug2006, Issue 54, p24
The article discusses the basis of migraine and explains the benefits of massage in relieving its debilitating effects. The definition of migraine is presented. The types of migraine are enumerated. The common and frequent triggers of migraine are discussed. The benefits offered by connective tissue manipulation in relieving migraine are highlighted.


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