Headache / Migraine

Do you suffer from headache or migraine?
Do you want your peace of mind back?

Headache / Migraine

Do you suffer from headache or migraine?
Do you want your peace of mind back?

Have you suffered
from these

Difficult daily
life with a constant

Headache with nausea, vomiting and dizziness.

Want to get an
MRI or CT scan due to
a severe headache.

Tried a lot of
treatments but still
have a severe headache.

Is the brain causing the migraine and headache?

When suffering from headache or migraine, many people assume it is caused by a complication in their brain. However, if there is no issue found in CT scan and MRI scan, it is likely that the problem lies elsewhere. What can be causing it then?

In fact, there is no pain receptor in brain tissue and brain cells. What is likely sending the pain signal is the pain-sensitive complex. Lots of nerve endings are located at this complex. Even a slightest stimulation can trigger pain. Migraine and headache happen when the pain-sensitive complex is stretched, pressured, inflamed, or twitching.

If that is the case, will the migraine and headache be gone just by treating the pain-sensitive complex?

The MBR Acupuncture & Herb, deals with the root problem that has been stimulating the pain-sensitive complex.

The key to the successful treatment of headache and migraine, is correcting the distortion in OUT-COMPLEX(occipital – upper cervical – temporomandibular joint complex)

What are the root causes of headaches?

Chronic Headache / Migraine is most likely caused by distortion in the OUT-COMPLEX(occipital-upper cervical-temporomandibular joint complex) that is stimulating the pain-sensitive system

Chronic headache is divided into 6 patterns depending on the misalignment of the OUT-Complex( Occipital Upper cervical Temporomandibular joint Complex)

The pain-sensitive structures include arteries, veins and venous sinuses in the brain, dura, and vascular vessels at the base of the skull, cranial nerves 5,6,7,9, & 10, muscles, myofascial, and TMJ connecting the nerves of the occipital head, head, neck, and shoulders. There are muscles and myofascial that move the joints. Headache occurs when these pain-sensitive structures are pulled, twisted, or pressed for any reason.

The factor that stimulates the pain-sensitive structures is the deviation of the OUT-Complex( Occipital Upper cervical Temporomandibular joint Complex).

Misalignment of ‘ OUT-Complex( Occipital Upper cervical Temporomandibular joint Complex)’ is the root cause of headache, How does it stimulate pain-sensitive structures?  The root cause of headache, ‘OUT-Complex( Occipital Upper cervical Temporomandibular joint Complex) twisting’ How do you stimulate pain-sensitive structures?

Which type of chronic headache do you have?

Migraine gets relieved only by
sleeping without any noise disturbance

Caused by stimulation of the cervical nerve because of degenerative changes in the occipital joint

Pain around

Caused by misalignment of C1,C2 & C3 stimulating spinal nerve C2,C3, & C4

Severe  occipital neuralgia that can be triggered even by the slightest pressure on the head

Caused by stimulation of the spinal nerve C2 & C3 due to posture abnormality, muscle tension, neck, etc

Trigeminal neuralgia encompassing
half of the head and face

Caused by stimulation of trigeminal nerve because of TMJ and C1 & C2 deviation

TMJ headache due to imbalance of the jaw joints

Imbalance of the TMJ can cause stimulation of the cranial nerves, blood vessels and muscles around the jaw joints.

Muscle tension headache

Caused by irritation of the fascia and periosteum under the scalp, due to mental stress and imbalance of the shoulder-neck muscle.

Post-traumatic headache after concussion

Caused by stimulation of the meninges due to cranial shock or shaking.

Headache due to indigestion

Caused by stimulation of cranial nerve due to indigestion

Korean medical classification of headache according to differential diagnosis

Stress Type
(liver Qi Stagnation)

Stomach Type(Phlegm obstruct the channel)

Respiratory type
(Oxygen supply)

Deficiency Heat



Blood Stagnation

Damp / Fluid
accumulation type