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Neurologist to Announce Breakthrough Headache Treatment
Date:2/5/2009

New Discovery Provides Migraine Relief in Minutes Without Side Effects or Pills

PHOENIX and SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Board-certified neurologist and migraine specialist Morton I. Hyson, M.D., will announce a revolutionary new treatment for migraines and chronic headaches, according to Clinical Topicals PHP. The treatment works in minutes, not hours, without side effects, pills or contraindications (www.HysonHeadache.com).

After a decade of research, Dr. Hyson will make the announcement at the 22nd Annual Practicing Physician's Approach to the Difficult Headache Patient conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Feb. 9, 2009, that he has patented a new system to treat migraines, tension headaches, and other chronic headaches quickly and without side effects.

AVOIDING LIFE-THREATENING SIDE EFFECTS

A migraine sufferer himself, Dr. Hyson was concerned about the numerous and potentially life-threatening side effects associated with prescription pain medications, which in addition are usually slow to work. Dr. Hyson also sought to address the fact that 80+% of migraine patients experience nausea, making it difficult to swallow pills. Finally, Dr. Hyson noted that most migraine treatments expose patients to the risk of "medication overuse headaches", as reported recently in Consumer Reports (October 2008).

Dr. Hyson's Headache System is the only treatment to address simultaneously headache pain, nausea and light sensitivity. His system combines a patented topical analgesic and a form-fitting headache mask to relieve migraines and other severe headaches in minutes without side effects.

Dr. Hyson's Headache System can be purchased at select doctor's offices, as well as directly at www.HysonHeadache.com.

A SAFE ALTERNATIVE TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AND NSAIDS

Prescription migraine treatments typically involve triptans, drugs that have a median 59% clinical efficacy and several side effects. Common alternatives, such as NSAID pain relievers, result in more than 200,000 hospitalizations annually due to side effects. Dr. Hyson's Headache System has no side effects, does not require a prescription, does not require use of pills, and has over 90% clinical efficacy.

About Dr. Hyson

Morton Hyson, M.D. is an internationally renowned, board certified neurologist who has been granted three patents for his pain relief systems. Dr. Hyson was recognized as one of America's Top Physicians by the Consumers' Research Council in 2006. In addition to his private practice, specializing in migraines, Dr. Hyson is on faculty at two medical schools.


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