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Question DetailsAsked on 1/9/2014

Are there psychiatrists in omaha, ne who specialize in brain chemistry for vestibular migraine?

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Brain chemistry lab test now available to all with simple urine test from Pharmasan Labs and Neuroscience Inc. They give you a UPS box filled with necessary paperwork and materials, follow instructions with sample and drop it in nearest UPS box or call for free pickup. EXCELLENT test results.

If you can coordinate this process with your doctor and have their diagnosis code on it, it is covered by insurance like any other lab work. Fill out the questionnaire about symptoms, etc. and they will include suggestions that we have found to work great with the lab results.

No more relying on trial and error and pharmaceuticals that may cause more problems than they solve.

Also consider that migraine symptoms are the same as heavy metal symptoms, mercury especially and often lead and that many find that their silvery dental fillings are the culprit. Biologic dentists with special procedures and safeguards so removing the filling does not result in huge exposure to the heavy metals are suggested. Some white fillings also have their issues and similar effects; not all white fillings created equal. Check out thoroughly.

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