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Clinical Topicals Makes Breakthrough Migraine Treatment Available Free to Soldiers
Date:5/20/2009

Soldiers Now Have New Weapon against Chronic Migraines from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

NEW YORK, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Clinical Topicals PHP announced today that it is making its new migraine treatment available free to military personnel returning from service in Iraq and Afghanistan.

According to published reports, alarming numbers of service men and woman on active duty in the Middle East are suffering from migraines related to post-traumatic stress disorder or head trauma. While oral medications are available to treat chronic migraines, both prescription and OTC pain pills are often slow to work and also carry a risk of adverse side effects ranging from rebound headaches to stroke and heart attack. According to Joe Grace, CEO of Clinical Topicals, "Our soldiers deserve a treatment option with better efficacy and fewer side effects, and we believe our new migraine treatment, Dr. Hyson's Headache System, is the right treatment at the right time."

Developed by Neurologist Morton Hyson M.D., this breakthrough treatment is clinically shown to provide migraine relief in minutes instead of hours. And equally important, the treatment is safe for frequent use with no restrictions or side effects. It's also available without a prescription as a new first line of defense against chronic and severe migraine headaches.

According to Dr Hyson, "Our soldiers on the front lines are too young to start taking pain pills for extended periods of time to treat chronic pain. In my opinion, it's just a matter of time before pain pills begin to do more harm than good. Our soldiers deserve better. That's why we are making Dr. Hyson's Headache System available free to brave soldiers in need of faster, more dependable, safe relief."

Joe Grace also added, "As a Vietnam era veteran, I understand and empathize with the pain of our soldiers. And as the former Head of Marketing at WebMD, it's been my mission to bring the latest health information and treatment options to those in need. It's our sincere pleasure to make Dr. Hyson's Headache System available to American soldiers struggling with debilitating migraine pain."

This free military offer will initially be available from Memorial Day through July 4th 2009. For details on Dr. Hyson's for military personnel visit www.DrHyson.com/Military.

You can learn more about Dr. Hyson's Headache System at www.HysonHeadache.com.


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