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Comerica Bank Building
13750 San Pedro, Suite 200
San Antonio, Texas  78232

Phone:  (210)402-2920

Fax: (210)403-9827
e-mail:  clinical@DrTurnerTx.com

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About Dr. Turner

Jeff Turner, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT received his initial training at TWU in the Houston Medical Center in 1986, folloDr. Jeff Turner headache doctor Texas, headache specialist, migraine specialist natural therapywed by a clinical doctorate from Boston University in 2008. He has 12 years of experience as a head/neck specialist, evaluating and treating thousands of headache and migraine clients with a very detailed system that tracks symptom frequency, symptom intensity, and symptom location each and every session. This meticulous attention to detail and extensive experience have revealed that symptoms are routinely rapidly-reversible nerve problems, with rare exception. Clients quickly learn how to shut off nerve irritation in their neck that cascades up into their head and face- and commonly into the associated (vagus) nerve system that produces lightheadedness, nausea, and reflux (GERD).  All symptoms then rapidly become less intense, less frequent, then consistently absent altogether in most cases, as healing occurs.


Disclaimer: The information included on this website is a professional opinion from 12 years of experience, observation of thousands of patients, and research of available medical literature. However, the speed and effectiveness of results of our system may vary from person to person.  This system is not a panacea for all headache/migraine conditions.  In addition, outcomes for candidates of this system are primarily contingent upon the level of adherence and engagement in self-treatment concepts. Advanced spinal degeneration may be present, which can complicate improvement or progression.  Also, certain medications may alter symptom response (e.g., narcotics, migraine preventives).  If you’re concerned about the source of your headaches or migraines, or about your treatment approach, contact your Dr. or specialist for medical advice.

An Interview with Dr. Turner

See the video that prompted a 30-year professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Calvanio, Ph.D. to call Dr. Turner out of the blue. That call ended up being a 45-minute conversation that included a compliment for the contents of this video and an interest in collaborative research.

The “Slump Test”, or “FAST Test” That Dr. Turner refers to at the end of the video (above):