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Dr. Kevin Smith
Migraine Specialist

What Is the SMITH-Technique Migraine Treatment?

Dr. Smith is board certified by both the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board Otolaryngology as a facial plastic surgeon and an ear, nose and throat specialist (ENT). It was while he was residing in the Facial Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the McCullough Plastic Surgery Clinic that he discovered the beginnings of what would become the SMITH-Technique migraine treatment.

His preceptor, one of the nation’s foremost facial plastic surgery pioneers, commented that every so often a rhinoplasty patient who also required a septoplasty procedure would mention that after the surgery they no longer suffered from migraines or headaches. This launched Dr. Smith’s curiosity into the scientific correlation between migraine headaches and the nose.

What he discovered was that deviated septums, which is when the bone and cartilage between the nasal passages become bent or crooked due to slight or severe trauma, were not the cause of migraines, but the cause of migraine-like symptoms.

The following are some of the more common migraine-like symptoms Dr. Smith has encountered and cured for patients:

  • Chronic migraines
  • Intermittent headaches
  • Light sensitivity
  • Paralysis in certain areas of the body
  • Photophobia
  • Nausea/Vomiting

How Successful Is the Smith-Technique?

Over 2,000 Patients Treated with an 88% success rate.

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The SMITH-Technique migraine treatment procedure only takes approximately 30 minutes to an hour to perform. As Dr. Smith has said, he is able to remove 30 years of headaches in 30 minutes.

During your migraine treatment consultation phase, Dr. Smith will perform a thorough check of your nasal passages and conduct a CT scan of the face to see if there is a deviated septum. For those living long distances from Houston, sending a CT scan, conducted by another physician, through mail or email to Dr. Smith is acceptable.

If it is discovered that you have a deviated septum, Dr. Smith will be able to diagnose exactly where the problems are occurring, what can be done to alleviate the pain, and when the surgery can be performed.

Schedule your SMITH-Technique migraine treatment procedure today over the phone at 713-795-0600 or online.