A Word About Your Diagnosis
You may have been diagnosed with occipital neuralgia, chronic migraine, new daily persistent headache (NDPH), chronic cluster, or chronic hemicrania continua, just to name a few. All of these diagnosis describe a type of chronic headache that is the most difficult to treat because they are nonresponsive to standard headache protocols. Most people in this situation have been subjected to a host of ineffective medicinal and non-surgical therapies. Surgical solutions may not be available as a viable alternative for everyone with a chronic headache. Nerve decompression surgery has successfully improved the symptoms suffered by patients who have chronic daily headache pain as a result of sensory nerve compression. If you are a chronic daily headache sufferer and would like to be evaluated, please do not hesitate to contact our offices. We look forward to working with new patients and may be reached through our website.