Movement for Migraines… Secret Tip Exposed To Help Your Headache…

Hey… I wanted to talk to you guys today a little bit about headaches and migraines. I see a lot of people that suffer, not just a couple times a year but every week they’re getting multiple headaches and migraines. There’s some things that a lot of people don’t know about headaches and migraines that I want to tell you about today, just one thing.

First of all, understanding the idea that your head and the muscle and tissue in your upper neck it’s connected to your head but that’s also connected to your shoulders and your the rest of your ribcage, your lumbar spine, your pelvic floor, your hips and your legs. Your whole body is really connected and I think this is becoming more understood by the population.

I think that people that suffer from headaches think the problem is in their head so much and yeah there’s a problem but I have seen a lot of people get a whole lot of benefit and decrease intensity of their headaches and decrease how frequently they get headaches or migraines by getting into some movement throughout their whole body.

A lot of the work we do here with Pilates and some core strength work and so they sit a little different and they drive a little different and they sleep a little different. Getting some correct movement patterns with core stabilization into your life and then letting your arms, your legs and your head and neck move around that stable base will really impact in a very positive way your headaches and migraines. So I just want to start with that little encouragement if you suffer from those things… don’t stay away from movement… because it’ll actually help you out.

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As a physical therapist in the Houston and Austin areas since 1995, Allyson has developed a gentle approach to whole body healing. At Core she has been able to spend more time personally with each client addressing the entire body and providing recovered clients with pilates training to keep them progressing.

“The one body has many parts, but the many parts make up one whole body.” Allyson uses this belief in three areas: First, in her approach to addressing areas of restriction throughout the body as a whole. Second, learning from co-workers, clients and other therapists taking pieces of wisdom and incorporating them into a whole treatment. Last, incorporating the pilates practice into discharge from physical therapy to continue parts of your recovery into a pursuit of health for your whole life. All parts making up one process of returning your body to health.

Her background in Total Motion Release techniques as well as Craniosacral Therapy, Strain/ Counterstrain and PIlates make for a holistic and gentle approach with quick results. The focus of her therapy is to empower the client with tools to heal themselves.

Allyson earned her B.S. in kinesiology at The University of Texas in 1992 and her M.S. in physical therapy from Texas Woman’s University in Houston in 1995. She has worked in pediatrics for 9 years also with great success treating pediatric orthopedic issues and infant torticollis with no crying!
Allyson Marshall