Lauren, a 48 year old female presented to our office with a 2 year history of a “continuous headache”. She had no prior history and could not recall any injuries she had sustained in the past. Her general practitioner had sent her to a neurologist who put her on medication. As long as she took her medication, The medication alleviated her symptoms as long as she was taking it. However, Lauren noted that after several months of being on one medication, it would seem to lose its effectiveness. She would go back and the doctor would put her on another medication, which would also help for a period of time. Some medications were more helpful than others, but having to change periodically became the norm. A friend told her to come to our office to be evaluated.