qEEG Neurofeedback for Migraines
This study by Dr. Jonathan Walker at the Neurotherapy Center of Dallas examined neurofeedback’s ability to treat migraine headaches. The study focused on 71 patients between the ages of 17-62 who complained of frequently occurring migraine headaches. Researchers found that of these patients, over half (54%) experienced complete cessation of migraines, with another 39% experiencing an over 50% reduction in frequency. Another 4% experienced reduced frequency of less than 50%, and only a single patient reported no reduction in migraine frequency as the result of neurofeedback. In contrast, of the control group which continued on traditional drug therapy, 68% of patients reported no reduction in migraine frequency and only 8% reported more than 50% improvement.
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