The new program is the result of several years’ research into the relationship between physical trigger points and chronic headaches. During the course, Dr. Stagl explains how to locate and relieve trigger points, and how the process can be repeated for long-term resolution of symptoms.
More details can be found at https://www.relief4headaches.com/
Dr. Stagl developed his new protocol in an effort to address recurrent headaches without needing to rely on the ongoing use of medication. Common over-the-counter pain relievers, such as NSAIDs and paracetamol, have been shown to have adverse long-term health outcomes, including gastrointestinal bleeding, liver disease, and renal failure, as healthline.com explains.
The World Health Organization reports that over 30% of men and over 50% of women in developed countries suffer from repeated headaches, otherwise known as “headache disorder.” According to a recent report from Coherent Market Insights, up to 23% of the US population uses OTC pain relievers on a weekly basis, with the market worth over $28 billion as of 2023.
Dr. Stagl explains that many of these medications are used to treat headaches, and his new program is designed to offer a repeatable, drug-free alternative. The protocol has seen positive outcomes across the four major types of headaches, which include cluster headaches, sinus headaches, migraine headaches, and tension headaches.
Dr. Stagl states that, in many cases, his STEP method works to relieve up to 80% of pain in a few minutes, with further improvements seen over the course of 10 to 15 minutes. The new program is now available via the Phule Enterprises website, and includes video instructions, a workbook, membership in a community forum, and ongoing email support.
About Dr. John Stagl
The owner and CEO of the Clinic for Pain and Stress Relief in Merrillville, Indiana, from 1977 to 1994, Dr. Stagl has a long-held interest in holistic approaches to chronic pain. Dr. Stagl is himself a headache sufferer, and his STEP technique is the result of over 16 years’ research.
“It is estimated that more than two-thirds of OTC analgesics are used for headache pain relief,” Dr. Stagl explains. “After many years’ research, I’ve perfected a technique that anyone can learn in order to treat themselves whenever a headache comes on. My method is reproducible and has a well-established basis in modern medicine.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.relief4headaches.com/
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