08.02.2018 | Charles A. Popeney DO and Kenneth M. Aló MD
This study followed 25 patients with episodic migraines who underwent peripheral nerve stimulation. Before the study, all patients reported that had experienced severe disability due to migraines—with an average of 75.56 headache days over a 3-month period. After stimulation, all patients reported that their headaches were well-controlled. The...
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07.26.2018 | Ioannis Skaribas, MD, Kenneth Alo, MD
This case study follows six patients diagnosed with refractory chronic daily headaches and occipital neuralgia who did not find relief through extensive medical management. The patients underwent successful percutaneous trials of bilateral octopolar occipital nerve stimulation under ultrasound guidance, followed by permanent surgical implantation....
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07.19.2018 | KL Reed, SB Black, CJ Banta II, and KR Will
This study compared the treatment of chronic migraine headaches using neurostimulation of both occipital and supraorbital nerves and occipital nerves alone. Following up every month from 1 to 35 months, all patients reported a full therapeutic response but only to combined supraorbital–occipital neurostimulation like the Omega Procedure....
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