Quick Self Test

You can simply follow directions in the video (left), or here’s the typed version of the Quick Self Test:

  1. Looking straight ahead, figure out the lowest spot that your shoulder blade pain / tightness spreads to (like your lower shoulder blades for instance). Also, figure out the symptom furthest down in your face (usually your sinuses, eyes, or forehead).
  2. As you continue to look straight ahead, scoot your bottom further and further forward in your chair until you notice the lowest spot of your shoulder blade pain / tightness feel LESS tight.
  3. Then, with your fingers just below your ears, push up with moderate pressure toward the ceiling, as if trying to lift some of the weight of your head off of your neck (see picture, below).  
  • Stay like that for a few minutes.
  •  Look for your symptoms to clear from your face first.
  • Then, they should creep back toward the base of your skull over a few minutes.  

Did you just discover that your Headache’s

Not in your Head-  but in your Neck?  

 

 

Here’s a 35-second description of how we Fix that problem, Naturally:

  • We average only 7 sessions (total).
  • It can be done locally or remotely (using a webcam), as it involves self-treatment.
  • It’s inexpensive, painless and routinely, amazingly fast and effective.

 

Click the link below to get going with your own brief symptom history (about 4 minutes), after which

we will contact you to discuss your particular symptoms and answer any questions. 

There’s no obligation at all.

*DISCLAIMER: The information included on this website is a professional opinion from 13 years of experience working with headaches/migraines, 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. Some headache/migraine conditions are only partially responsive, or even non-responsive to this treatment approach. In addition, outcomes depend heavily upon the level of adherence and engagement in this very individualized self-treatment program. Advanced spinal degeneration may be present, which can complicate improvement or progression.  Also, certain medications may alter symptom response, e.g., narcotic pain relievers or migraine preventives, for instance.  If you’re concerned about the source of your headaches or migraines, or about treatment approaches available to you, contact your doctor or specialist for medical advice.