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    yaggievonne posted:
    I am a nurse working with stressful providers, patients and coworkers. I have chronic migraines/ha's. I've had CT's and MRI's recently which thankfully were negative. However, I cont. to have recurrent ha's along with neck pain and tingling feeling/sensation to my face as a new aura. After receiving a good health report I chose to try acupuncture. The very first treatment I noticed a difference is my overall feeling of energy with only (1) ha that first week oppose to every other day. I continued for 4 weeks as a weekly treatment and my ha's have subsided. Currently, I get treatment once a month for "maintenance". My acupuncturist penetrates the needles up and down my cervical spine and bilateral shoulders. May not work for everybody but it sure worked for me---for now! (I will try almost anything for some relief)
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