3 months into treatment
6 months into treatment
Main Concern(s): Headaches/migraines, Depression, Sleep Difficulties, Plantar fictitious
Aaron Li Balance Method
Main Complaints: Headaches/migraines, Depression, Sleep Difficulties, Plantar fictitious
Patient: 56 years old,female, Michigan
Practitioner: Aaron Li
Patient has been dealing with migraine attacks since 1995. She takes medication for them and notices changes in weather can affect them. She rates the severity of the pain a 10/10 at its worst. She hopes that she can feel more herself, be able to spend more time with people rather than having to feel as if she’s losing time over her health situation.
Other symptoms include constipation, nervousness, cold hands and feet, seeing floaters, pale complexion.
In her initial exam she describes that she has had three migraine attacks in recent weeks, which affected her work. She feels immobilized by them and often can’t do much to alleviate it. She also feels a lot of stress and anger and tries to cope with exercising. She likes to jog two to three times a week.
Three months into treatment she states she has had one to two immobilizing headaches. She feels that family situations have been affecting her stress. She states her overall discomfort has dropped down to 3/10.
Six months into treatment, she has not had any debilitating headaches, and only small ones that tylenol has been able to manage that lasts for a couple hours. She rates her overall discomfort a 1 to 2 out of 10.
Ten months into treatment, she feels that the change in weather and work stress has been affecting her overall well being. She feels her sleep has been disturbed and has been waking up in the middle of the night. However, she sees improvement in that she is no longer just laying down during the day, but seeing friends and running more consistently. She rates her overall discomfort ranging from 3.5 to 5 out of 10.
Patient has seen steady improvements in her condition, aside from situational changes. Pain of her headaches are no longer debilitating and is now able to socialize more without worrying about migraine attacks.