Contact Us (Both Remote & Local Patients)

 

Phone: (210) 402-2920

e-mail: info@DrTurnerTx.com

Fax: (210) 403-9827

 

CLINIC HOURS

 

Monday 7AM – 12:30PM
Tuesday 12:30PM – 6:30PM
Wednesday 7AM – 12:30PM
Thursday   12:30PM – 6:30PM
Friday 7AM – 12:30PM

Our Physical Location

 

SAN ANTONIO:

Comerica Bank Building

13750 San Pedro, Suite 200

San Antonio, Texas 78232

 

We are located in North, Central San Antonio, just off the access road to 281 N. near Bitters. Our office is in the large, silver Comerica Bank building, just next to Olive Garden and in front of Home Depot. We’re in Suite 200.

Not Local?

Trigeminal Neuralgia,Hemiplegic migraine,cluster headache,tingling thumb and index finger

 

 

The ability to both see and hear you via webcam (desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet) makes this possible.

Dr. Turner monitors real-time symptom change in your head, face, upper shoulders, and shoulder blades. He uses the same, detailed algorithm of head/neck movements and positions each session that he uses during in-clinic sessions. 92% of patients discover the source of their symptoms during the initial session through immediate symptom change. Common outcomes are 75% relief of headaches and migraines at three weeks and 90% relief at six weeks for proactive patients.*
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Problems We Treat

  • Chronic, daily headache, sinus headache, stress headache
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness/lightheadedness
  • Eye pain or pressure
  • Tooth pain or pressure
  • Eye dryness or itchiness
  • Ear fullness or pressure
  • Sinus pressure/nose stuffiness
  • Jaw tightness, pain, or clicking (TMJ)
  • Tightness in upper shoulders and shoulder blades
  • Arm pain or numbness
  • Bulging or herniated discs in the neck
  • Migraine (most types, including common migraine, hemiplegic migraine, abdominal migraine, menstrual migraine, ocular migraine, ophthalmic migraine, status migraine/migrainosus), as well as trigeminal neuralgia and cluster headache

About Us

Trigeminal Neuralgia,Hemiplegic migraine,cluster headache,tingling thumb and index finger

 

 

Dr. Jeff Turner, DPT, Cert. MDT is a Spine Specialist physical therapist in San Antonio, Texas, in practice for 32 years.  His clinical Doctorate is from Boston University (’08), with a research

focus on cervicogenic (neck-caused) headache disorders.  He specializes in a very detailed evaluation and treatment System proven to empower patient after patient to rapidly reverse countless overlapping pain and symptom problems. These routinely include headaches, migraines, referred upper body tightness, arm numbness/tingling and other associated symptoms.

He lives in Central Texas and enjoys reading, running, and watching God at work.

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Sandy Schultz, MS, CES has assisted clients in meeting their full physical and functional potential since 2002.  This included being a massage therapist, educator and professional bodyworker, and later, a certified

personal trainer and alignment-based yoga instructor. After completing a Master of Science in Kinesiology at A. T. Still University, Sandy specialized in designing corrective exercise programs to manage acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, utilizing evidence-based research and principles. In 2018, Sandy joined Dr. Turner at the Texas Migraine Clinic. Utilizing Dr. Turner’s proven System, Sandy teaches clients how to abolish their headaches, migraines, sinus pressure, shoulder tightness, and other symptoms associated with nerve irritation.
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*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.