Are You a Candidate for the SMITH Migraine Technique?

You are a candidate for this procedure if you have been diagnosed with migraines or have endured intractable headaches for years. If you are suffering headache pain that is daily, intermittent or severe—in spite of taking multiple medications, or having multiple diagnostic scans and procedures—you are the ideal candidate. — Dr. Smith

Who Will Benefit?

The SMITH Migraine Technique isn’t for everyone. It is, however, for people who are suffering from migraines, migraine-like symptoms or headache pain.

Dr. Kevin Smith has performed thousands of facial surgeries over the past 20 years. During this time, he realized that when he performed a septoplasty with a rhinoplasty, patients noticed they weren’t having any more migraines or severe headaches.

What Causes These Migraines? 

Dr. Smith became curious about this correlation and discovered that these migraines were cured because the patient’s deviated septum had been repaired.

A deviated septum occurs when the bone and the cartilage becomes bent and begins to press upon sensitive tissue areas. Removing these pressure points that cause extreme pain in various parts of the head proved that these migraine sufferers actually weren’t suffering from migraines, but were actually due to an injury or trauma to the nose.

The ideal candidate for the SMITH Migraine Technique is actually a person with a deviated septum. If you are reading this and think you do not have a deviated septum, or that this doesn’t apply to you, consider these statistics:

  • 44% of adults have a deviated septum
  • 27% of newborns suffer a deviated septum by going through the birth canal

How Do I Know if I’m a Candidate?

If you have experienced any of these symptoms, then your time of suffering may be near an end. The SMITH Migraine Technique could give you the pain relief you have been searching for.

If you suffer from any of the following, the SMITH Migraine Technique could help:

 

  • Chronic migraines
  • Intermittent headaches
  • Light Sensitivity
  • Paralysis in certain areas of the body
  • Photophobia
  • Nausea/Vomiting
  • Trauma (slight or severe) jolt to the face
  • Persistent recurrent headaches despite taking medications
  • Difficulty breathing through one or both nostrils
  • Exhausted all traditional and non-traditional options to find a cure

Kevin R. Smith, M.D.

Dr. Kevin Smith is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has been practicing ENT/facial plastic surgery for the past 20 years and has become a top migraine specialist and leading facial plastic surgeon.