Studies have shown that massage reduces the frequency of migraines and even reduces pain during an active migraine. Scalp massage show particular promise for reducing migraine pain. We include pressure points on the face, massage for the scalp, neck, and shoulders in our Sinus/Headache Therapy. We dim the lights, so the room is dark, and you have the option of a cold eye pillow or a warm one. Massage therapy has proven to be an effective measure for reducing both chronic migraines and tension headaches as well. Research shows that professional Therapeutic Massage can decrease pain, tension, duration, intensity, and frequency of headaches. Massage also eases the muscle tension in the neck, jaw, and shoulders, which can cause headaches in the first place.