Dr. Books is well known for her dramatic results with migraine sufferers. He patients sing her praises, even on television (KEYE television, 1/05). Utilizing general cranial sacral therapy, non-force chiropractic and energetic balancing, as well as thoroughly investigating possible allergy and hormonal connections, she is able to reduce the stressful effects of pain in the head, neck and shoulders.
“For years I lived with migraines. Within about two weeks of care with Dr. Books, I was noticing an improvement. What a relief. Now I just go for tune ups. I think her business card should read, “She gives great neck.”
Dr. Books was featured on KEYE television for migraine relief.
Migraines are characterized by attacks of sharp pain involving (usually) one half of the skull and accompanied by nausea, vomiting, photophobia and occasionally visual disturbances known as aura. The symptoms and their timing vary considerably among migraine sufferers, and to a lesser extent from one migraine attack to the next. (www.laborlawtalk.com)
Most children and adolescents (905) who have migraines have other family members with migraines. When both parents have a history of migraines, there is a 70% chance that the child will also develop migraines. If only one parent has a history of migraines, the risk drops to 35-50%. Children and adolescents with migraines may also inherit the tendency to be affected by certain migraine triggers, such as fatigue, bright lights, and changes in weather. (www.webmd.com)