Electric Fish Shocks and Migraines


Migraines and headaches are not new. From the 1st century to the 21st century, people have struggled with them and sought out ways to find relief. Today the most commonly used treatment is medication.

There were many different historical remedies that have been documented about through the years. One such remedy was using the electric ray or torpedo fish, a fish that is found in the Mediterranean Sea and Eastern Atlantic Sea. This fish would shock a human if it was touched, and the shocks were prescribed as a headache cure.

At Novera we don't have any fish, though maybe a fish tank with colorful ones to look at would be a neat addition to our waiting room. Garlic, electric fish shocks, and the historical Egyptian method of tying a clay crocodile to your head may no longer be used, but headache and migraine sufferers are out there. Novera is here to provide you with a movement approach - physical therapy. We get to the root cause of your symptoms, underlying neck restrictions, and then restore normal movement. No fish needed. Our goal is for you to get back to your life and the things you love - headache and migraine free.

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