Description - Keeler Migraine Method by Robert Cowan
More than 30 million people suffer from debilitating headaches. Yet our understanding of the science behind migraines is still in its infancy. At the Keeler Center for the Study of Headache, Dr. Robert Cowan and his team of specialists conduct some of the most cutting-edge research in the field. Their treatment programme, which combines the latest alternative and conventional therapy strategies, has helped thousands of sufferers manage their symptoms effectively and regain control of their lives. As Dr Cowan explains, each patient presents unique sets of triggers and pain patterns and requires a customised treatment approach. The Keeler method helps migraine sufferers identify their own headache triggers and then create an individualised formula for dramatically decreasing the frequency and severity of these attacks.
It, also, illustrates how to design a foolproof, reliable "rescue" plan when necessary and offers surprising information, such as: * Why elimination diets and "foods to avoid" lists may not work * Why frequently prescribed medications can actually make a headache worse * Why many headache treatments stop working over time With a step-by-step programme and expert advice throughout, THE KEELER MIGRAINE METHOD will be the most comprehensive guide to migraine management in the bookstore.
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(230mm x 153mm x 32mm)
Avery Publishing Group Inc.,U.S.
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Author Biography - Robert Cowan
Robert Cowan, M.D., is the founding director of the Keeler Migraine Center in Ojai, California, and a senior clinical scientist at the Huntington Medical Research Institutes. He lectures on headache management across the country and is a regular speaker at American Academy of Neurology annual meetings. As a migraine sufferer himself, Dr. Cowan brings a unique perspective to the research and treatment of headaches. He lives in Channel Islands Harbor, California.