Migraine Treatment Centers of America Leading the Way During Pain Awareness Month

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Migraine Treatment Centers of America, the exclusive provider of the Omega procedure, is doing their part to put an end to migraine pain.

Migraine Centers addresses pain everyday by offering the exclusive Omega procedure which treats chronic headaches and severe migraines.

After my procedure, my pain was gone. I was able to sit any way I wanted. For the first time in over a year and a half I could sleep on my back. I also got off my headache medication.

Migraine Treatment Centers of America, the exclusive provider of the Omega procedure, is doing their part to put an end to migraine pain.

According to a 2011 report from the Institute of Medicine, chronic pain affects at least 100 million American adults and costs up to $635 billion a year.

There’s been a national call for more awareness and solutions which led to September being dubbed Pain Awareness Month.

Migraine Centers is not only answering the call this month, but has been a leader in migraine pain management for years.

Migraine Centers addresses pain everyday by offering the exclusive Omega procedure which treats chronic headaches and severe migraines.

They're holding several events during Pain Awareness Month to promote a healthier, pain-free life, and to show patients how the Omega procedure works.

Free webinars on September 10th and 24th will focus on how the Omega Procedure treats the chronic migraines.

The webinars will be held at 12pm Central Standard Time. Patients can register for the September 10th webinar by clicking on this link, http://migrainecenters.com/seminars/

Migraine Centers' commitment to ending migraine pain worked for Theresa Cahill.

"I started having to watch every move I made. A lot of things started causing migraines. If I sat wrong, turned my head wrong, it would cause a migraine. I couldn’t lay on the back of my head when I slept at night," said Cahill.

But after her visit to Migraine Centers, that all changed. Cahill explains, "After my procedure, my pain was gone. I was able to sit any way I wanted. For the first time in over a year and a half I could sleep on my back. I also got off my headache medication."

Her life changed the moment he became more educated about all of her options, becoming the ultimate spokesperson for what Pain Awareness Month is all about.

To learn more about Migraine Treatment Centers of America, log on to http://migrainecenters.com/.

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