A relatively new treatment known as occipital nerve stimulation significantly decreases the severity and frequency of headaches in patients suffering from debilitating chronic migraines. The treatment is used by Brian J. Snyder, M.D., attending neurosurgeon with Neurological Surgery, P.C., when medical therapies fail to provide relief.
“Many suffer daily with severe migraines, without relief,” says Dr. Snyder. “Occipital nerve stimulation has been studied extensively, and can provide significant relief to patients whose migraines do not respond to medication.”
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