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    Nerve Surgery St Louis

    Our vision at Neuropax Clinic is to be a leader in creating a health care delivery platform that works more effectively for patients suffering from chronic pain, peripheral diabetic neuropathy, carpal tunnel, tarsal tunnel, chronic migraines/headaches, cubital tunnel, radial tunnel and other serious complications related to peripheral nerve damage. We fulfill this vision by offering proven, advanced diagnostic and surgical techniques to help patients stop suffering and reclaim their quality of life.

    Neuropax Clinic is also dedicated to bringing relief to our patients through the education of patients and physicians. We advance science and public awareness about the benefits of our surgical procedures and the results of those procedures.

    Why Migraine Surgery Can Help

    Migraine Surgery St Louis

    Migraine headaches, real, chronic migraines, can ruin your life. That’s not hyperbole, it’s the truth. When you get migraines regularly, you know that they can cause you to miss work, school, or social events. You can end up curled up in bed for the day, in excruciating pain. Migraine headaches are a scourge on those that suffer from them. But what if there was a way to relieve these nightmares?

    Nerve compression surgery can help. It is estimated that up to 13 % (likely even higher) of all chronic headaches are related to occipital nerve neuralgia. Neuralgia is a general term for pain or irritation along the course of a nerve. We are addressing the irritation caused by nerve compression in this situation. Surgery by Dr. Robert Hagan of the Neuropax Clinic can help relieve the symptoms and causes of severe headaches, allowing the recipient to suffer far reduced migraines, or possibly end the headaches altogether.

    Although the Greater occipital nerve is the most common nerve involved, other nerves can be involved as well. The lesser occipital nerve and dorsal (or least) occipital nerve which are located in the back of the head/scalp. Headaches may originate from the forehead or frontal region as well. The nerves involved in this area include the supra-orbital and zygomatico-temporal nerves.

    When no other underlying diseases or conditions are found, you may be a candidate for a nerve decompression surgery that can reduce or end your migraine headaches.  This is an outpatient surgery with short recovery times. Results are often immediately evident but may take several weeks. Neuropax surgeons can assess if nerve decompression surgery would help to alleviate or significantly reduce your debilitating symptoms.

    If you have persistent signs and symptoms suggestive of migraine pain, especially if they interfere with your normal activities and sleep patterns, see your doctor. If you leave the condition untreated, they'll only get worse.  For more information or to make an appointment with Neuropax Clinic, call us at 314-434-7784 or visit www.neuropaxclinic.com today to learn more.  Don't live with Migraine Pain any longer than you have to.

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    Migraine Relief and Migraine Surgery in Kansas City

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    Migraine headaches, real, chronic migraines, can ruin your life. That’s not hyperbole, it’s the truth. When you get migraines regularly, you know that they can cause you to miss work, school, or social events. You can end up curled up in bed for the day, in excruciating pain. Migraine headaches are a scourge on those that suffer from them. But what if there was a way to relieve these nightmares?

    Nerve compression surgery can help. It is estimated that up to 13 % (likely even higher) of all chronic headaches are related to occipital nerve neuralgia. Neuralgia is a general term for pain or irritation along the course of a nerve. We are addressing the irritation caused by nerve compression in this situation. Surgery by Dr. Robert Hagan of the Neuropax Clinic can help relieve the symptoms and causes of severe headaches, allowing the recipient to suffer far reduced migraines, or possibly end the headaches altogether.

    Although the Greater occipital nerve is the most common nerve involved, other nerves can be involved as well. The lesser occipital nerve and dorsal (or least) occipital nerve which are located in the back of the head/scalp. Headaches may originate from the forehead or frontal region as well. The nerves involved in this area include the supra-orbital and zygomatico-temporal nerves.

    When no other underlying diseases or conditions are found, you may be a candidate for a nerve decompression surgery that can reduce or end your migraine headaches.  This is an outpatient surgery with short recovery times. Results are often immediately evident but may take several weeks. Neuropax surgeons can assess if nerve decompression surgery would help to alleviate or significantly reduce your debilitating symptoms.

    If you have persistent signs and symptoms suggestive of migraine pain, especially if they interfere with your normal activities and sleep patterns, see your doctor. If you leave the condition untreated, they'll only get worse.  For more information or to make an appointment with Neuropax Clinic, call us at 314-434-7784 or visit www.neuropaxclinic.com today to learn more.  Don't live with Migraine Pain any longer than you have to.

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    Are You Suffering With Migraines?

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    You probably do if you’re reading this.

    Right now, there are 180 different kinds of headaches defined. Almost everyone gets headaches from time to time. If they are chronic, daily or even continual, you may be suffering from migraines. There are at least 30 million US citizens currently suffering from some kind of chronic migraines. Some of these are responsive to medicine, and some are debilitating and med resistant.

    At least 13% of migraines are believed to be caused by occipital neuralgia. This is a symptom where the Greater occipital nerve is impinged, with tissue causing pressure on the nerve. If untreated, it leads to migraine headaches.

    Although the Greater occipital nerve is the most common nerve involved, other nerves can be involved as well. The lesser occipital nerve and dorsal (or least) occipital nerve which are located in the back of the head/scalp. Headaches may originate from the forehead or frontal region as well. The nerves involved in this area include the supra-orbital and zygomatico-temporal nerves.

    When no other underlying diseases or conditions are found, you may be a candidate for a nerve decompression surgery that can reduce or end your migraine headaches.  This is an outpatient surgery with short recovery times. Results are often immediately evident but may take several weeks. Neuropax surgeons can assess if nerve decompression surgery would help to alleviate or significantly reduce your debilitating symptoms.

    If you feel that you may be suffering from migraines, please call the office at Neuropax Clinic at 314-434-7784 to make an appointment. Don’t live in pain another day if you don’t have to. Visit www.neuropaxclinic.com for more information.

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    Are You Suffering From Migraines?

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    You probably do if you’re reading this.

    Right now, there are 180 different kinds of headaches defined. Almost everyone gets headaches from time to time. If they are chronic, daily or even continual, you may be suffering from migraines. There are at least 30 million US citizens currently suffering from some kind of chronic migraines. Some of these are responsive to medicine, and some are debilitating and med resistant.

    At least 13% of migraines are believed to be caused by occipital neuralgia. This is a symptom where the Greater occipital nerve is impinged, with tissue causing pressure on the nerve. If untreated, it leads to migraine headaches.

    Although the Greater occipital nerve is the most common nerve involved, other nerves can be involved as well. The lesser occipital nerve and dorsal (or least) occipital nerve which are located in the back of the head/scalp. Headaches may originate from the forehead or frontal region as well. The nerves involved in this area include the supra-orbital and zygomatico-temporal nerves.

    When no other underlying diseases or conditions are found, you may be a candidate for a nerve decompression surgery that can reduce or end your migraine headaches.  This is an outpatient surgery with short recovery times. Results are often immediately evident but may take several weeks. Neuropax surgeons can assess if nerve decompression surgery would help to alleviate or significantly reduce your debilitating symptoms.

    If you feel that you may be suffering from migraines, please call the office at Neuropax Clinic at 314-434-7784 to make an appointment. Don’t live in pain another day if you don’t have to. Visit www.neuropaxclinic.com for more information.

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    Get Migraine Surgery in Kansas City at Neuropax Clinic

    Get Migraine Surgery in Kansas City at Neuropax Clinic

    Migraine headaches, real, chronic migraines, can ruin your life. That’s not hyperbole, it’s the truth. When you get migraines regularly, you know that they can cause you to miss work, school, or social events. You can end up curled up in bed for the day, in excruciating pain. Migraine headaches are a scourge on those that suffer from them. But what if there was a way to relieve these nightmares?

    Nerve compression surgery can help. It is estimated that up to 13 % (likely even higher) of all chronic headaches are related to occipital nerve neuralgia. Neuralgia is a general term for pain or irritation along the course of a nerve. We are addressing the irritation caused by nerve compression in this situation. Surgery by Dr. Robert Hagan of the Neuropax Clinic can help relieve the symptoms and causes of severe headaches, allowing the recipient to suffer far reduced migraines, or possibly end the headaches altogether.

    Although the Greater occipital nerve is the most common nerve involved, other nerves can be involved as well. The lesser occipital nerve and dorsal (or least) occipital nerve which are located in the back of the head/scalp. Headaches may originate from the forehead or frontal region as well. The nerves involved in this area include the supra-orbital and zygomatico-temporal nerves.

    When no other underlying diseases or conditions are found, you may be a candidate for a nerve decompression surgery that can reduce or end your migraine headaches.  This is an outpatient surgery with short recovery times. Results are often immediately evident but may take several weeks. Neuropax surgeons can assess if nerve decompression surgery would help to alleviate or significantly reduce your debilitating symptoms.

    If you have persistent signs and symptoms suggestive of migraine pain, especially if they interfere with your normal activities and sleep patterns, see your doctor. If you leave the condition untreated, they'll only get worse.  For more information or to make an appointment with Neuropax Clinic, call us at 314-434-7784 or visit www.neuropaxclinic.com today to learn more.  Don't live with Migraine Pain any longer than you have to.

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    Your Phone Can Give You Migraines

    Your Phone Can Give You Migraines

    While eyestrain and stress can give you headaches from looking at your phone too much, the real danger isn’t the screen. It’s your posture. Your phone can give you migraines just by how it makes you stand to look at it, and you may not notice until it’s too late.

    Looking down is a natural neck motion. It’s one of the things your body was designed to do, certainly. However, you are not built to look straight down at your phone, laptop, tablet, or smart watch for hours on end, which is what we have started to develop. While Twitter and Facebook are interesting, you need to take a break from them to relax your neck and give your posture a chance to reset.

    Migraines are caused by impingement on the occipital nerve. This nerve, when it is pushed or pulled in a direction that it’s not used to, causes migraine headaches. Yes, you can get severe migraines by looking down at your phone for too long.

    The cure? Well, take a break from your phone. Look where you’re going when you walk. Hold your phone up to your face when you’re watching a YouTube video (not too close, don’t ruin your eyesight too), but just don’t let your neck sit in an awkward position for too long. Children are getting their occipital nerves twisted at a young age and it can affect the rest of their lives.

    If you damage the occipital nerve and are getting migraines, though, they can be fixed. Peripheral nerve surgery for migraines and headache surgery can fix these issues by relieving the pressure on the occipital nerve, which can reduce or end these headaches and stop them from ruining your life.

    If you suffer from migraines, call the offices of Dr. Robert Hagan at Neuropax Clinic. You can reach them at 314-434-7784 or visit www.neuropaxclinic.com to make an appointment. Don’t live with migraines any linger than you have to.

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    Peripheral Nerve Problems Leading To Migraines

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    Migraines that are caused by peripheral nerves can be treated with peripheral nerve surgery. The surgery involves freeing the nerve from the surrounding tissue to relieve the irritation. This can alleviate, reduce, or even end the pain of migraines once and for all. Peripheral nerve problems leading to migraines are a problem that can be solved.

    What causes this pain? Just like with any peripheral nerve issue, there can be multiple causes. Some people are born with a proclivity toward migraines through physiology or build, and they develop them naturally.

    Another is lifestyle. It is no coincidence that migraines have increased as we have become more dependent on screens and phones, items that cause our bodies to contort to strange shapes to utilize properly.

    Looking down at a screen all day can cause an impingement of the occipital nerve in the neck that can lead to migraines and pain. All it takes is a bit of pressure on the occipital nerve and you can be debilitated for hours.

    Migraines are a real health problem. They can lead to job loss and loss of quality of life, as they can cause sufferers intense pain and remove their ability to concentrate or work.

    It can make you irritable or short-tempered, with the need to get away and lie in a dark room more important than spending time with your family. Migraines have a cascading effect on the rest of your life, but they can be fixed.

    Repairing a damaged or impinged peripheral nerve can be a lifechanging experience and lead to a better life, and can also be often held as an outpatient surgery with a short recovery time.

    If you suffer from migraines, call the offices of Dr. Robert Hagan at Neuropax Clinic. You can reach them at 314-434-7784 or visit www.neuropaxclinic.com to make an appointment. Don’t live with migraines any linger than you have to.

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