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Migraine is one of the most common disabling headache disorders which is categorized into two broad types based on the number of headache days. It is called episodic or general migraine if the attacks occur less than 15 days per month, and it is categorized as chronic or transformed migraine if headache occur on 15 or more days per month. This study was conducted to find out the effect of strategy for pain using a modality and strategy using mobilization in reducing disability, frequency and pain in migraine without aura. Thirty-Two subjects were selected based on diagnostic criteria for migraine and divided into two groups. Group A received Cervical Mobilization and Myofascial Release with home exercise program and Group B received Transcutaneous Supraorbital Nerve Stimulation with home exercise program. Visual Analogue Scale, Questionnaire (HIT-6) were recorded as outcome on baseline and after 3 weeks. Results showed significant improvements in both the groups with, p<0.01. Between group comparisons elicited non-significant differences with p˃ 0.05. Following the results, it can be concluded that cervical mobilization and Transcutaneous Supraorbital nerve stimulation can be added as a valuable adjunct to medical management in the treatment of migraine without aura.


Migraine Cervical Mobilization Transcutaneous Supraorbital Nerve Stimulation Myofascial Release for Migraine

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Raghumahanti Raghuveer, Sonali Marbate, & Ruchi. (2021). Effect of Cervical Mobilization and Transcutaneous Supraorbital Nerve Stimulation in Migraine Without Aura. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 12(4), 2316-2324.