The Anatomy and Physiology Behind Migraines

Welcome to this course with Kathy Dooley

PART 1 – Science and Research – Theory Concerning the Genesis of Myofascial Trigger Points

Wednesday, July 15th at 19h UK time
  • Contraction: Pulling it all together – A new hypothesis concerning the pathophysiology and aetiology of myofascial trigger points
  • Tensegrity
    • What it is and why it matters
    • Biotensegrity
    • Living tensegrity
    • Organic tensegrity
  • Biotensegrity and myofascial pain – Why and where it hurts
  • Ruling out visceral pain
  • The anatomy and physiology of what is happening in migraine
  • The different mechanisms and types of migraine
  • Who is at risk?
  • Targeted pathways, risks, benefits and limitations of current conventional migraine treatments
  • Future health risks for those who deal with migraines
  • Complementary and alternative treatments for migraine including TCM, manual therapy, supplements, and even psychedelics

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