If cranio-cephalic musculo-fascial structures are involved, we know that it will translate into tension headache and Arnold’s neuralgia, for example. The feeling of the muscle tension thus reflects a state of "postural stress". This state is a real behavior of struggle, like the one we adopt for fight or flight: tightening the teeth, raising the muscles of the shoulders and neck, and blocking the breathing muscles of the chest. Thus, the headache felt in the morning near the temples, forehead or back of the head during an exaggerated clenching is an illustration. Moreover, as most of us have acquired biomechanical asymmetries in early childhood due to muscle compensation efforts, pain varies as to its intensity and location. Headaches may also be due to information disturbance from around the trigeminal vascular system. In this case, different levels of the basal brain are being affected, postural balance itself will be affected and will result in decompensation postural deficiency syndrome (PDS). Migraine could be associated with neurovascular symptoms as well as general autonomic symptoms: vagal discomfort with fainting called " pressure drop " uncontrollable acceleration of the heart rate, respiratory rate variations. It may also be accompanied by phenomena affecting the other senses, whether olfactory, visual or vestibular. Moreover, it would explain the hormonal context so often associated as the triggering factor. Among the services offered include postural manual therapy but also different neurostimulation techniques to reprogram the proprioceptive system, and thus help to regulate the neural centers involved.