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Let’s Talk About Migraine Surgery

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If you get severe headaches often, you may be suffering from migraines. Migraines are headaches with throbbing pain, usually described as worse on one side of your head or the other. Often debilitating, the migraine can stop you from fulfilling your daily activities and responsibilities. They can also last anywhere from hours to days. Migraine sufferers are as high as 1 in 10 in America, and 1 in 6 women. It’s also often misdiagnosed as a tension or sinus headache, and as such, mistreated.

The difference between sinus and tension, and migraine headaches is that migraines can be SO severe that they send people to the emergency room. The throbbing, consistent pain can be moderate to severe, and will make everyday tasks very difficult.

If you suffer from intense migraines often, peripheral nerve surgery may be a way to help you find relief. Many migraines are caused by nerve impingement in the neck. This is similar to the commonly treated carpal tunnel syndrome, where the nerve is pinched, causing pain in the wrist.

Peripheral nerve surgery for migraines is a similar process.

The surgery relieves the pressure on the nerve by removing the offending tissue from the area, allowing normal nerve function and relieving the headache symptoms.

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.

So call us today at 314-434-7784 to make an appointment to talk to Dr. Robert Hagan at Neuropax Clinic, and learn more about peripheral nerve surgery and migraine relief at now. Don’t live with a migraine if you don’t have to.


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