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  • Writer's pictureMandy Bishop

Do you suffer from chronic headaches?

Updated: Oct 24, 2023

Do you suffer from chronic headaches? I have been able to help many clients reduce their chronic pain related to migraines and headaches as well as reduce the frequency of onset through the use of RAPID NeuroFascial Reset treatment.ย 

For more information, client testimonials, and to book online, visit ๐Ÿคฒ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’†๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ’†๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐ŸŒฟ The below article is exciting as it explains a new discovery in how the connective tissue surrounding the brain is linked to the fascia of the muscles in the neck. As RAPID NeuroFascial Reset focuses on treatment of adhesions within connective tissue in order to affect the sensory processing of the brain and influence inflammation, pain response, and mobility, this discovery helps us to better understand and treat #migraine and #headaches โ€œA connective tissue link between the spinal dura mater and the rectus capitis posterior minor muscle was first described in 1995 and has since been readily demonstrated via dissection, magnetic resonance imaging, and plastinated cross-sections of the upper cervical region (Hack et al. [1995] Spine 20:2484โ€“ 2486). This structure, the so-called โ€˜โ€˜myodural bridge,โ€™โ€™ has yet to be included in any of the American anatomy textbooks or dissection guides commonly used in medical education. This direct anatomic link between the musculoskeletal system and the dura mater has important ramifications for the treatment of chronic cervicogenic headache.ย 

This article summarizes the anatomic and clinical research literature related to this structure and provides a simple approach to dissect the myodural bridge and its attachment to the posterior atlanto-occipital membrane/spinal dura mater complex and summarizes the case for its possible inclusion in medical anatomy curricula. Clin. Anat. 25:415โ€“422, 2012. VC 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.โ€ยย 

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