Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Surgical Trials Offer Hope for the Crippling Pain of Migraine

| August 13, 2009

A surgical approach to migraine began in the USA in the year 2000.    Surgeons found that by removing the corrugator muscle, which is found just above the eyebrows, patients found relief with their migraines.   This muscle has been found to be a trigger for migraines in a large number of sufferers. Since not all migraines […]

Poets with Migraines -“Putting Our Heads Together” Poetry Contest Winners for 2008

| June 13, 2008

“A healthy body is a guest chamber for the soul; a sick body is a prison.” ~ Francis Beacon Sr.  To be in such a prison of pain is very hard to describe, as it is difficult to comprehend the magnitude of the infliction.  Teri Robert,  a Lead Expert for MyMigraineConnection.com, encouraged those who suffer […]

Migraine and Headache Poetry Contest – “Putting Our Heads Together”

| April 17, 2008

Poetry Contest A poet always writes of his personal life, in his finest work out of tragedy, whatever it be, remorse, lost love or mere loneliness. W.B. Yeats The Health Central Network and Teri Robert, author and patient advocate, have launched the “Putting Our Heads Together” Poetry Contest 2008. The HealthCentral Network, (www.HealthCentral.com) is one […]