Phoenix: Omega is here!
Tell us your vote: is Phoenix, Arizona good or bad for chronic migraine sufferers? On one hand, the lack of trees may mean fewer allergy-triggered migraines. On the other hand, the bright sun, extreme temperatures and frequent risk of dehydration can make life difficult!
Phoenix now has one more positive for those of you with chronic migraines… Dr. Abram Burgher of Phoenix, and the Scottsdale-based Freedom Pain Hospital, are now working with Migraine Treatment Centers of America to provide the Omega migraine procedure! This is good news for chronic migraine sufferers outside Phoenix, too… whether you live in Tucson or Las Vegas, the Omega procedure is now a short distance away.
Double board-certified in interventional pain management and anesthesiology, Dr. Burgher is devoted to helping people overcome pain. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota’s School of Medicine, and completed his residency in anesthesiology and fellowship in pain management at the world-recognized Mayo Clinic. He is actively involved in clinical research regarding the use of implanted pain therapy devices to alleviate pain in patients with chronic pain.
Now Phoenix and Scottsdale residents who experience chronic migraine pain have convenient access to the Omega procedure through Dr. Burgher and the Freedom Pain Hospital–the nation’s first pain hospital.
So cast your vote: is Phoenix now migraine-friendly? We hope so!