Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Advanced Migraine Relief and Treatment Center, LLC announced today they will be hosting a seminar at University General Hospital about the Transforma procedure, a new option for the control of migraine symptoms based on combined occipital and supraorbital neurostimulation. The minimally invasive medical procedure significantly reduces the severity and frequency of headaches in patients suffering from debilitating chronic migraines.
The seminar is an unique opportunity for those suffering to ask questions, without an office visit, and get immediate answers from Dr. Jack Chapman, one of the few physicians nationwide trained on the new procedure. Dr. Chapman, Insurance Specialist Sherry Scott, and Advanced Migraine president Greg Lewis will be available to answer questions.
The Transforma migraine procedure is based on combined occipital and supraorbital neurostimulation and was specifically developed for the treatment of chronic severe headaches. The procedure targets the nerves in both the front and the back of the head responsible for migraine pain. The excruciating pain normally associated with a migraine attack is replaced by a gentle massage sensation that can be control with pre-programmed algorithms. The procedure has an 80% success rate.
About Chronic Migraines
Advanced Migraine Free Seminar, Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 7 pm
To register: http://www.chronicmigrainehelp.com/register or call (832) 532-3344.
Valet parking and light refreshments
About Advanced Migraine Relief and Treatment Center, LLC
Advanced Migraine Relief and Treatment Center, LLC is an educational media group for new medical treatments that partners with world class pain management physicians to provide individuals who suffer from chronic migraines information and access to the most effective pain control treatments available. Information contained on the website and any communication from Advanced Migraine, its employees or agents, should not be interpreted as a diagnosis or recommendation for treatment. Physicians determine all recommended treatment.