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  • From Chronic Migraines to Migraine-Free!
    Migraine is misunderstood by most doctors, therefore typical treatments are inconsistent. Dr. Adam Harcourt has a deep understanding of Migraine, therefore his treatments are changing lives for ALL types of migraine patients. Learn why in this blog. Read more
  • Eliminating Chronic Pain for Good
    Eliminating Chronic Pain for Good! If You Suffer from Chronic Pain, You're Not Alone. Chronic Pain Affects 47% of U.S. Adults! How Can Functional Neurology Help My Pain? If you have already tried other Read more
  • Practical Tips for How To Avoid A Migraine During the Holidays
    ​​It’s the most wonderful time of year. Holiday music, good food, twinkling lights and time with close friends and family make the holidays possibly one of our most treasured times of life. However, having a migraine will certainly put a damper on all of that. I’ve written down some of my best tips for avoiding a migraine during the holidays so you can hopefully spend this time doing the things you love most. Read more
  • 2nd Annual Imagine X Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Benefitting Jodi House Brain Injury Support Center
    Imagine X Functional Neurology Hosts Holiday Party for Charity, Again!Local Functional Neurology Office Finds Creative and Fun Way to Support Local Non-ProfitSANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, November 17, 2016 – The Imagine X Functional Read more
  • How To Be Migraine-Free In 30 Days!
    How to Be Migraine-Free in 30 DaysThe Secret to Permanent Migraine Relief! Learn how to end your headache and migraine pain once and for all - SAFELY.Inside this FREE report you’ll Read more
  • FNOR (Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation)
    Get EVEN BETTER results, FASTER with  Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation (FNOR)! What is FNOR (Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation)? A Unique, Modern Approach to Rehabilitation. FNOR is a modern rehabilitation approach that seamlessly  blends applied functional neuroscience, physical therapy, orthopedic Read more
  • Dizziness & Vertigo Elimination!
     Dizziness & Vertigo"No One Seems to Be Able to Figure Out Why I'm Dizzy" Dizziness and vertigo can be both scary and frustrating to deal with. Many people seek emergency medical Read more
  • Thanksgiving at Imagine X!
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING!There is SO much to be Thankful for this Holiday Season!We would like to thank YOU for being a part of the Imagine X Family.Hearing your stories of success Read more
  • 1st Annual Imagine X Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Benefitting the Jodi House!
    Imagine X Functional Neurology Hosts Holiday Party for Charity!Local Functional Neurology Office Finds Creative and Fun Way to Support Local Non-ProfitSANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, November 19, 2015 – Dr Adam Harcourt and the Read more
  • No More Vertigo! Treatments and Solutions
    VertigoThe Illusion of Movement.SymptomsPeople with Vertigo typically describe it as feeling like they are:Spinning TiltingSwayingUnbalancedPulled to one directionOther symptoms include: Feeling nauseatedAbnormal or jerking eye movements (nystagmus)HeadacheSweatingRinging in the ears or hearing lossSymptoms can last Read more
  • How To Be Migraine-Free In 30 Days, Part 1
    How to Be Migraine-Free in 30 Days Part 1 The Secret to Permanent Migraine Relief! Learn how to end your headache and migraine pain once and for all - SAFELY. Read more

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