Plagued with Migraine headaches since her early 50’s, Lisa had to take medication on average twice per week to ward off her migraines. Her physician told her that if she did not use her medication, complications, such as blindness, could arise. Often, her migraines required two days to recover, even with medication, during which time they would diminish her ability to focus at work. After hyperbarics for an early childhood concussion (60 treatments at 2.0 ATA), her migraines virtually ceased. She is now down to two episodes per year instead of two per week, and only renews her prescription once per year instead of every two weeks. Lisa points out that nothing changed in her life that could have caused the improvement, other than hyperbarics.