The StimPath procedure has provided migraine sufferers with long-term, life-changing relief from their migraine pain.
Lubbock, TX (PRWEB) October 25, 2011
Individuals who suffer from debilitating migraine pain are invited to attend a free seminar in Lubbock, Texas at 6 p.m. on Thursday, October 27, 2011, Migraine Treatment Centers of America announced today. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about a revolutionary new migraine treatment—the StimPath™ procedure.
Nearly 36 million Americans suffer from chronic migraine pain. While they spend nearly $4 billion on prescription medicines, acupuncture, massage therapy, Botox injections and other therapies, many are still sidelined by severe migraine pain. Unlike prescription medications and other conventional migraine treatments that may only provide pain relief for a short period of time, the StimPath procedure has provided migraine sufferers with long-term, life-changing relief from their migraine pain. In fact, the procedure is so effective its innovators have been recognized by the International Headache Society.
By applying gentle neurostimulation to both the occipital and supraorbital nerves, the StimPath procedure has effectively helped migraine sufferers who did not respond to other migraine treatments. The results have been so amazing that the procedure has been featured on the popular national morning program, FOX & Friends.
Migraine sufferers in the Lubbock area can learn more about the StimPath procedure and whether they are a candidate for the procedure during the free October 27th seminar hosted by Migraine Treatment Centers of America. The seminar will be held at:
NorthStar Surgical Center
4740 North Loop 289
Individuals interested in attending the free migraine seminar can register online or by calling 1-855-300-6822.
About Migraine Treatment Centers of America
As an advocate for people who suffer from debilitating migraine pain, Migraine Treatment Centers of America is dedicated to becoming the world’s most comprehensive and effective solution for patients suffering from chronic migraine pain. Through compassionate care, our consortium of world-class physicians utilizes technologically advanced treatments and minimally invasive procedures to help patients live pain-free. Migraine Treatment Centers of America is also actively engaged in evidence-based medical research designed to find new and better ways to help those whose lives are diminished by pain. To learn more about Migraine Treatment Centers of America, visit http://www.migrainecenters.com.