If you know a migrainer who is well controlled on medications and who doesn’t have major side effects from medications, he or she is not usually a candidate for neurofeedback. In general they are happy with having migraines under control and they won’t consider changing what they are doing.
It is important to know that neurofeedback can be very helpful for reducing migraines. There are hundreds of cases that have been reported of migrainers who trained with neurofeedback that reduced the number and intensity of migraines they had. Often health professionals report that medications have been reduced or at times eliminated.
In addition we look at any number of factors and interventions that may be contributing to headaches. My approach is comprehensive based on extensive experience and research and can be highly effective.