the patient relates his migraines to three trigger points on the left crainal area upper hemisphere all adjacent to blood vessels. one is at the top of the skull in a slight depression, one is occipital toward the sinus, another is above the jaw, forward of the ear in the slight depression of the sinus.

neurological scans have been negative. however any slight pressure have brought pain lasting hours or even days. this is complicated by the patient’s allergies creating sinus pressure which expands the region putting pressure on those nerves.