Today's modern medicine is often so specialized that it can be difficult for many doctors to see the big picture. With migraine, any treatment must include the big picture to be effective. This often includes rehabilitating the neurological, musculoskeletal, nutritional, and other systems in your body. At Migraine & Neuro Rehab, we are proud to provide comprehensive testing and care; we don't treat symptoms, we heal migraine.
Successful treatment of migraine typically involves multiple body systems and a consistent treatment plan. Insurance companies limit what (and when) treatment can be prescribed. We’ve chosen to be a non-network clinic so that we can do what’s best for our patients. Your specific migraine needs will determine your treatment, not the insurance company. We will provide proper billing paperwork for possible reimbursement depending on your insurance.
Your symptoms tell an important part of the story; we'll talk in depth about what your unique experience has been. In depth neuro-cognition testing will give us insight into which parts of the brain are causing which symptoms, and provide insight on how to tailor treatment to your specific needs. We won't prescribe any treatment until we know what is causing your migraines and whether we can help you heal.
Many migraine patients are prescribed medication and sent on their way. While this may offer some relief for some migraine symptoms, side effects can be just as bad as the symptoms. At Migraine & Neuro Rehab Center, we first seek to thoroughly understand each patient's migraine, then treat the root causes. Rehabilitating specific parts of the brain and other systems will enable your body to really heal.
Migraine & Neuro Rehab Team
Dr. Kyle Bills, D.C., Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Research, Associate Professor of Neuroscience
Department of Biomedical Sciences, Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine
Affiliate Research Faculty
Department of Psychology, Brigham Young University
Department of Research, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical Neuroscience
After completing his undergraduate studies at BYU with honors, Dr. Bills attended Parker University. There, he graduated summa cum laude and was the recipient of various awards including, the President’s Scholarship and the James Parker Philosophy Award. He performed his rotations in the Dallas VA Medical Center helping veterans returning from war. Dr. Bills then established Restoration Chiropractic, in Tracy, CA. While there, he was honored to serve the state as a Qualified Medical Evaluator (QME) in the workers’ compensation system.
In 2016 Dr. Bills was offered a position at BYU in the Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program to research while he obtained a PhD in Neuroscience. Shortly thereafter, he was honored to receive the Ruth L. Kirtchstein National Research Service Award from the National Institutes of Health, and to research as a fellow of the National Center of Complementary and Integrative Health. He is currently the Associate Dean of Research at Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine and holds adjunct faculty appointments in the Department of Psychology at Brigham Young University, and in the Department of Neurology at Parker University.
Having watched family members suffer from severe, chronic migraine, Dr. Bills was frustrated with the lack of solutions that existed in medicine as a whole. After years medical experience and research, he opened the Migraine & Neuro Rehab to provide the specific care migraine sufferers need. His unique background of experience in functional medicine and academic research in neuroscience has allowed him to help his family members, and now hundreds of others, recover from severe, chronic migraine.
Breniman Green, R.N.
Breniman Green obtained his B.A. from Brigham Young University and went on to receive a Nursing Degree from Collin College in McKinney, Texas. Bren spent 6 years working in Orthopedics and Trauma at a level one trauma center in Dallas, Texas. He has recently specialized in Intravenous Immune Globulin (IV/IG) therapy, and is responsible for infusion therapy at the Migraine & Neuro Rehab Center.
Like Dr. Bills, Bren has watched family members, including his wife, suffer from migraine. He enjoys helping patients and their families experience lasting healing and recovery.
Steven Embley, D.O., M.B.A
Dr. Embley completed his bachelor’s degree in accounting at the University of Utah and an MBA with a finance emphasis at Brigham Young University. He received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency in family medicine at Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, serving his final year as chief resident.
After residency, Dr. Embley practiced in Gunnison, Utah as a small town full-scope doctor and then at a family medicine and urgent care clinic in Eagle Mountain, Utah. While in Eagle Mountain, he also served as Chief Medical Officer for Revere Health, the largest independent multispecialty physician group in Utah. Dr. Embley helps migraine patients handle medication needs.
Kurt Alexander, D.C.
Dr. Alexander founded and then directed Alexander Chiropractic Health Centers for 35 years; this clinic grew to include many providers and multiple locations and became one of the largest and most respected chiropractic entities in California with multiple doctors and locations. He has extensive chiropractic experience treating disorders in the lumbar spine (lower back) and cervical spine (neck).
Dr. Alexander enjoys helping patients rehabilitate through his expert chiropractic care. He and his wife Kathy have 6 children, and 20 grandchildren.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our office is located in Provo on University Avenue, near the mouth of Provo Canyon. Many patients appreciate doing treatment at our office; we have also recently implemented a remote treatment program. Our remote patients have reported excellent results! Wherever you are, we look forward to helping you begin the process of healing.