'Tuning In' to Get Rid of Migraines

With a plastic cap strapped to her head, Jennifer Fox closed her eyes as Dr. Galina Mindlin used EEG equipment to record her key brain wave patterns.

The goal: to eliminate Fox's migraine headaches.

"It gets really frustrating because anybody that gets migraines knows that it's not just a headache and you can't just say to people, 'My head hurts. I'm going to go lay down.' You're just done for the day," Fox said.

The 25-year-old has suffered from migraines since middle school and has tried several medications. But many of them actually made her headaches worse.

So she recently decided to try an alternative approach called brain music therapy, which sounds like piano music and has an 80-85 percent success rate, Mindlin said.