The Madison piercing is a piercing placed horizontally, slightly above the center of the collarbone, at the base of the neck (jugular notch).
Healing and aftercare
As with any surface piercing, it is important to avoid irritation of any kind when caring for a madison. Like most surface piercings, the Madison has a high rejection/migration rate. Placement is important when getting this piercing. If it's too low, clothing will tend to irritate it more than necessary. If the piercing is too high, skin movement will cause irritation and increase the risk of the piercing migrating or rejecting.