Migraines - International Association of Percutaneous Hydrotomy
Causes The majority of migraines originate at the second cervical vertebra (C2), where the cervical canal is narrowed due to the particular anatomical configuration of the first two vertebrae (atlas and axis), leading to a neurovascular pathology of cervical origin and cephalic destination, involving the temporal-frontal-orbital region unilaterally, bilaterally, and / or alternately. Treatments The recommended treatment is meso-chelation, which allows the “enlargement of the spinal canal without surgical intervention”, with very great innocuousness, improving the locoregional, neurovascular compression points. This treatment requires an average of 6 sessions with a few booster sessions to see the disappearance of or major improvement in this type of condition.
Treatment of a migraine of right cervical origin targeted on C2