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Advanced Migraine Relief

May 30, 2013 10:30 ET

Advanced Migraine Relief Recognizes National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month With Free Wristbands

Visit and Request Your Free Chronic Migraine Awareness Wristband

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - May 30, 2013) - In recognition of this year's National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month, Advanced Migraine Relief today announced it is offering free chronic migraine awareness wristbands. Anyone may request a free wristband by visiting the Advanced Migraine Relief Wristband Web page. June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month.

The Advanced Migraine Relief wristband is purple with a red stripe. Purple is the adopted color for headache disorders. When accompanied by a red stripe, the color purple symbolizes those who are suffering or know someone who is suffering from Chronic Migraine Syndrome.

"We're pleased to offer free wristbands to help further the cause of National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month," said Greg Lewis, President at Advanced Migraine Relief. "Our network of specialist physicians and support personnel continually strive to bring awareness to this life-altering condition that can literally shut down a person's daily routine -- not to mention their hopes and dreams. We are committed to educating and treating migraine sufferers through our unmatched compassion and clinical expertise that our patients constantly praise."

About Advanced Migraine Relief
Advanced Migraine Relief is the leading specialist in life-changing migraine pain management. We are home to the unique Transforma Procedure(SM) that routinely changes the lives of patients who previously suffered from debilitating migraine pain. Partnering with world-class interventional pain specialists, Advanced Migraine Relief educates patients on technology that originally treated chronic back pain and has been applied to the management of migraine pain by using combined occipital and supraorbital neurostimulation techniques -- resulting in an 80 percent success rate among chronic migraine sufferers. Visit or call 713.512.5989.

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