Nondrug Migraine Treatments That Work
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- How can complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) be incorporated with traditional migraine therapies?
- What are some examples of nonpharmacological therapies for migraine treatment?
- Is there scientific evidence to support CIM treatments for migraine?
- Should we suggest the use of CIM treatments to our doctor, or should we assume they’ll mention it if it’s a worthwhile treatment possibility?
- Is the cost of some of these CIM treatments prohibitive for many patients?
- Are acupuncture and acupressure effective migraine treatments?
- How can guided meditation and breathing exercises be beneficial during an attack?
- Is there good evidence to support physical therapy for migraine?
- Can occupational therapy be helpful?
- Is massage therapy or chiropractic work beneficial?
- How effective is gentle exercise like yoga for managing migraine?
- What does the research say about aromatherapy for migraine?
- What about green light therapy?
- How can neuromodulation devices be incorporated into the migraine toolbox?
- What is biobehavioral therapy and how can it help better control migraine attacks?
- What are some newer alternative or behavioral therapies currently being studied for migraine?
- Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
- Biobehavioral therapy
- Craniosacral therapy (CST)
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Green light therapy (Allay Lamp)
- Guided breathing
- Guided meditation
- Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR)
- Neuromodulation devices
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Progressive muscle relaxation
- Relaxation therapy
- Spinal Therapy
Please note: The Migraine World Summit’s aim is to bring you a variety of perspectives and expertise, independent of bias or judgment. Alternative theories presented in this video have not been medically reviewed. Views expressed in this interview do not necessarily represent the views of the Migraine World Summit. Please always consult your health care professional and do your own research before making changes to your treatment plan.
Jessica Ailani, MD, FAHS, FAAN
MedStar Georgetown Headache Center, Washington, DC
Dr. Jessica Ailani is board certified in neurology, with added certifications in neurology and headache. She is a professor of clinical neurology and vice co-chair of strategic planning for MedStar’s Georgetown University Hospital.
In addition, she is director of the MedStar Georgetown Headache Center. She is a specialist in headache and women’s health and is dedicated to patient education. Dr. Ailani is also a member of several professional societies, including the American Headache Society and the American Academy of Neurology.
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